If you’ve got an ASOS order ready to go but have to wait until pay day until you can checkout, you may be wondering if it accepts Klarna.
While the payment method can be controversial, it’s still very popular as it allows shoppers the freedom to try before they buy.
ASOS was one of the first brands to team up with Klarna, but does it still accept it as a payment method?
Keep reading for everything you need to know.
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Does ASOS accept Klarna?
If you’re looking to pay for your ASOS order through Klarna, you’re in luck.
You can pay later, which gives you 30 days to pay for your order once it’s been shipped. There are no fees or interest associated with this option.
Alternatively you can spread the cost of your orders over three payments with Pay Later in 3.
Why will ASOS not let me use Klarna?
If the site isn’t letting you use Klarna, it could be for a variety of reasons.
Klarna may have rejected your application to pay on account. This could be because they may not have been able to check your details using the billing address provided. You’ll need to make sure that your billing address is the same address that your bank is registered to.
If you’ve never used Klarna and have entered a different shipping address to your billing address, your payment may also be declined.
You may also have outstanding payments due on previous Klarna statements. Simply pay these off and try Pay Later with Klarna again. If you’ve recently paid off outstanding statements, you should allow 24 hours before trying to pay through Klarna again.
Double check you haven’t missed any fields out too.
Does Klarna affect your credit score?
According to Klarna, they perform a credit check when you use it. However they say your credit score will not be affected when you:
Your credit score may be affected if you choose to:
You can read more about this on Klarna.com
Where else is Klarna accepted?
The question should really be which brands don’t accept Klarna.
There are plenty to choose from, including: