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What’s the Deal with Paying Later In-Store?

By Hilary Krutt

With the amount of time we spend online these days, there’s a certain anxiety that comes with old-school interactions. Phone calls over text? Are you crazy? A visit to the DMV? Please, no.

 

But schlepping to the store and making small talk with the cashier instead of getting that delivery shipped? Well, sometimes an IRL visit to the grocery store, mall, or bulk retailer (hello, Costco) can’t be avoided. 

 

So here’s your simple guide to checking out in-store with Quadpay like a pro. Keep it handy and you’ll never sweat the pay later checkout process again.

 

A Refresher on Buy Now, Pay Later Basics

 

Let’s take a quick step back. Do you already know and love the concept of buy now, pay later? Great! You can skip ahead to the next section, which covers the in-store bit.

 

If not, welcome to the wonderful world of Quadpay! In a nutshell, Quadpay is an alternative to credit that allows shoppers to pay for any purchase in four installments over six weeks. It’s interest-free, and there are no hidden fees to use the service—just a $1 charge per installment for purchases made with the app

 

Quadpay is an extremely accessible option for today’s consumer, with an instant approval process and no hard credit check required. Many shoppers opt to link a debit card to their account, which extends their buying power in the short term without the catches of a high-interest credit card.

 

Level Up: How to Use Quadpay In-Store

 

If you’re already a pay later aficionado, you probably feel pretty comfortable checking out with the app online. But if you’ve never done it before, getting your app out and paying in-store might feel like a higher stakes proposition. After all, hell hath no fury like the disgruntled person behind you in a long checkout line.

 

We’re here to help you understand exactly what to expect, so you can banish any anxiety and check out faster than you can say “paper or plastic.” These are the steps you’ll need to follow to successfully complete your in-store purchase with Quadpay. Spoiler: it’s just as fast as checking out with the debit card in your wallet.

 

1. Open your Quadpay app and select the “In Store” tab located above your available balance.

 

2. Enter your total purchase amount. Request enough funds from your available balance to cover the amount of the order plus taxes, then click “Continue.”

 

3. Your estimated installment amounts and payment due dates will be displayed. Review your installment payment plan and click “Continue” to create a Quadpay virtual card.

 

4. Simply pay for your purchase using the virtual card that has been generated. You can either share the card information with the cashier manually, or tap “Pay with Apple Pay” (on iPhone) or “Pay with Google Pay” (on Android) to add the Quadpay virtual card as your payment method. Hold the phone above the reader to complete your order.

 

5. For each future purchase, you will need to generate a new Quadpay virtual card by following the steps outlined above. The unique virtual card generated for this transaction can not be used more than once.

 

Embrace the Possibilities of Buy Now, Pay Later 

 

Ready to take the plunge? From the salon to the bookstore, to that trendy boutique with the window display you’ve been eyeing, the possibilities of paying later are endless.

 

So if you haven’t already, download the Quadpay app to check out the better way to pay and start splitting your payments in 4 anywhere you shop.

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Quadpay’s editorial content is not written by a financial advisor. It’s intended for informational purposes and should not be considered legal or financial advice. Consult a professional to learn what financial products are right for you.

About the author
Hilary Krutt

Hilary Krutt oversees all content strategy and creative copywriting efforts at Quadpay. An avid reader, she kicked off her career in the publishing industry and has since led editorial efforts for a variety of clients across healthcare, higher education, and retail as well as in the insurtech space.