Once again, Aldi has created something exciting for its clients. In Germany, it was introduced that they do not have to pay the goods immediately, and that they settle the bill within two weeks.
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Another great idea was born in Aldi stores. In Germany, it is no longer enough to pay for the lack of food within two weeks of purchase. Article by Napi.hu to me Aldi has partnered with Swedish fintech company Klarna, which offers a more flexible payment option with an interest-free loan.
Thus, among other things, garden furniture, smartphones or home coronavirus tests do not need to be paid for immediately, but completely later with the help of the interest-free Klarna loan.
All you have to do is buy Klarna as a payment method. Once the company credits, customers have 14 days to settle the invoice by bank transfer. The hardest part is that you can actually pay through the app.
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This solution is also good because Aldi always has huge promotions, so the customer can buy the selected product even if he has not yet received the payment.
Aldi was also considering whether the customer would want to return the product. In this case, the payment can be paused so that the invoice payment deadline can be postponed until the product return is processed. It is not yet known if this payment solution will be offered in Hungary as well.
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