Splitit and AliExpress Introduce a «Pay After Delivery» service in the US

Payment platforms Splitit and AliExpress are expanding their innovative «Pay After Delivery» service to the United States, following successful launches in Australia and Europe, including Germany, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, the UK, and Australia, according to Fintech Global News.

This collaboration introduces an ingenious solution that seamlessly integrates into the AliExpress checkout process, allowing consumers to pay for their purchases after they have been delivered to their doorstep. The service has garnered significant popularity and demand, signaling a modern, customer-centric approach to online shopping.

Nandan Sheth, the CEO of Splitit, expressed his excitement about the successful rollout of the «Pay After Delivery» service in partnership with AliExpress, while also strengthening their alliance with Checkout.com. Sheth noted, «The demand from shoppers has been very positive, proving there is demand for a modern, simple way to allow consumers to pay only after the product has been delivered, improving the customer experience and building merchant loyalty.»

The key to this seamless payment experience lies in Splitit’s flexible technology platform, complemented by Checkout.com’s robust payment-acquiring capabilities. This collaboration empowers AliExpress customers in the USA to make payments after receiving their purchased items, using their existing credit cards. Additionally, AliExpress relies on Alipay as its global payment solution partner, further enhancing the convenience and accessibility of the service.

As part of this expansion, Splitit has also introduced its white-label installment solution, enabling customers in Spain and Germany to spread their payments over 3 or 6 months when shopping on AliExpress. This added flexibility is expected to cater to a wider range of consumers, making online shopping more convenient and accessible.

In an era where customer experience plays a crucial role in e-commerce success, Splitit and AliExpress are taking a bold step forward by bringing «Pay After Delivery» to the United States. This move not only responds to the evolving needs of consumers but also reinforces the importance of building lasting merchant-customer relationships in the ever-competitive online retail landscape.

This innovative service marks a milestone in the world of online payments and sets a precedent for future collaborations between payment platforms and e-commerce giants. As consumers continue to seek convenience and flexibility in their online shopping experiences, the «Pay After Delivery» offering is poised to become a game-changer, reshaping the way we shop online.

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