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We have partnered with Affirm to give you a simple way to make that special purchase with no hidden fees.
Split your purchase into easy monthly payments with no hidden fees.
Apply in seconds to see your loan amount, interest rate, and length. Interest rates range from 0% to 30% APR and loan lengths range from 3 to 36 months.
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On the shopping cart page, click Proceed to Checkout. You will select Affirm later in the checkout process.
Select your billing and shipping addresses, as well as your desired shipping method. In the Payment Methods step, ensure that Affirm is selected.
Once you click the Place Order button, you'll be taken to Affirm's website to check your loan eligibility. You're not committed to anything until you complete Affirm's process. You'll be directed through Affirm's signup page and you'll get an instant decision!
Affirm is a financing alternative to credit cards and other credit payment products. Affirm offers instant financing for purchases online. With Affirm, you can buy and receive your purchase now, and pay for it in fixed monthly installments over the course of 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, or 36 months.
Here is what Affirm offers:
Affirm will ask you for a few pieces of personal information – your name, email, mobile phone number, date of birth, and the last four digits of your social security number. Affirm uses this information to verify your identity, and to make an instant loan decision. Affirm will base its loan decision not only on your credit score, but also on several other data points about you. This means you may be able to obtain financing from Affirm even if you don't have an extensive credit history.
Here are the steps in the Affirm loan application process:
Going forward, you'll get monthly email and SMS reminders about your upcoming payments. You can also set up autopay to avoid missing a payment. Your first monthly payment will be due 30 days from the date the merchant completes processing your order.
When you first create an Affirm account, we perform a ‘soft' credit check to help verify your identity and determine your eligibility for financing. This ‘soft' credit check will not affect your credit score. If you apply for more loans with Affirm, we may perform additional ‘soft' credit checks to ensure that we offer you the best financing options possible.
Please contact Affirm via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 855.423.3729 for assistance on denials.
Regrettably, Affirm is available only to shoppers residing in the United States. Affirm hopes to expand its services to customers outside the U.S. in the future.
Rates range from 0-30% APR and 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, or 36 monthly payments based on creditworthiness. Affirm discloses any required fees upfront before you make a purchase, so you know exactly what you will be paying for your financing. Affirm does not charge any hidden fees, including annual fees.
*Previous purchases ineligible for offer. Down payment may be required. For purchases under $150, limited payment options are available. Affirm loans are made by Cross River Bank, a New Jersey-chartered bank, Member FDIC.
When determining your annual percentage rate (APR), Affirm evaluates a number of factors including your credit score and many other pieces of data about you. If you finance future purchases with Affirm, you may be eligible for a lower APR depending on your financial situation at the time of purchase.
When considering Affirm, you should carefully evaluate the loan terms Affirm offers you and determine whether the monthly payments fit your budget.
Affirm calculates the annual percentage rate (APR) of a loan using simple interest, which equals the rate multiplied by the loan amount and by the number of months the loan is outstanding. This is different from compound interest, in which the interest expense is calculated on the loan amount and also the accumulated interest on the loan from previous periods. You can think about compound interest as “interest on interest,” which can make the your loan amount grow larger and larger. Credit cards, for example, use compound interest to calculate the interest expense on outstanding credit card debt.