Want to order some new clothes, but don’t have much money left after your last night out? Or are you waiting until payday for more money? Well look no further, as Missguided is now letting buyers pay LATER as part of a new deal with Swedish bank company Klarna.
The online fashion retailer, which prides itself in selling affordable fashion for young women, has launched a new incentive on their app which allows anyone to buy clothing and accessories of their choice, and pay for them at a later date. However, this deal is only available through the Missguided app, so not the website. You must also be aged 18 or over to take advantage of this.
All you have to do is to download the Missguided app (if you haven’t already) which is free to download and available on both iOS and Android. If you already have the app, then make sure you have the latest available version.
Shopping on the app as normal – if you find something you really like, select it, then select ‘add to bag.’
Go to your bag once you’ve done shopping and checkout as normal, then, when you get to the payment and billing section, be sure to select ‘Klarna Pay Later.’ This means you won’t have to pay for your items just yet! Then just place your order and you’re done!
Then once your items have been dispatched, you will have 30 days to pay for your order via Klarna. You will also be reminded of this three days beforehand. Make sure to pay before the 30 days is up, or it could affect your credit score.
Further information on the Klarna scheme can be found in the FAQ section of the Missguided app.
It may seem like a dangerous thing, but the Klarna scheme is great for teaching young adults about paying back money responsibly – and getting some cute new clothes on the side!
Missguided have some great new items available to ring in the new year, such as a brand new activewear range for those who are looking to stay fit and healthy. They also have a new range of coats and jackets to keep you warm in the winter months. So what are you waiting for?
Will you be using the Klarna scheme to pay later for your Missguided orders? Let us know by tweeting @Fuzzable.