Splitit enables Pay After Delivery for US AliExpress shoppers

Tuesday 12 September 2023 11:51 CET | News

US-based instalment service Splitit has announced the launch of the Pay After Delivery service for AliExpress shoppers in the US.


Splitit, an embedded white-label platform that enables customers to pay by instalments leveraging their existing credit on their bank-issued payment card at checkout, and AliExpress have announced the US expansion of the Pay After Delivery service following its successful rollout on AliExpress across Europe, including Germany, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, the UK, and Australia.

Splitit’s Pay After Delivery service and what it means for AliExpress shoppers

Based on the information detailed in the announcement, in Spain and Germany, Splitit has also implemented its instalment service in addition to the Pay After Delivery one, allowing customers to pay over the course of three or six months for AliExpress.

Pay After Delivery is Splitit’s most recent service that enables consumers to pay for goods after delivery through a custom-branded experience embedded within the AliExpress checkout flow. The company’s flexible technology platform, coupled with’s payment-acquiring capabilities, enables AliExpress shoppers to pay after delivery making use of their existing credit card. What is more, Alipay is AliExpress’ global payment solution partner.

Splitit enables Pay After Delivery for US AliExpress shoppers

When commenting on the news, Splitit company representatives expressed content regarding the results seen following the rollout of the Pay After Delivery and instalments services with AliExpress, while simultaneously further strengthening their partnership with Per their statement, the demand from shoppers has been positive, showcasing that there is a requirement for a modern, simple way to enable consumers to pay only after the product has been delivered, helping improve the customer experience, and building merchant loyalty.

Splitit offering and recent developments

Powering the next generation of Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) through its merchant-branded Instalments-as-a-Service platform, Splitit aims to address the challenges businesses face with legacy BNPL while unlocking BNPL at the point of sale for card networks, issuers, and acquirers all through a single network API.

Throughout 2023, Splitit has made public several developments, with the most recent one being the August 2023 news that it secured a USD 50 million growth commitment from US-based private equity firm Motive Partners to expedite its growth and facilitate the execution of its strategic plan. In May, it made two separate announcements, one centring on its collaboration with payment solutions provider Atlantic-Pacific Processing Systems (APPS) to provide an integrated card-based instalment payments solution for ISOs, ISVs, and payment facilitators, and one with Visa to offer merchants a payment instalments solution embedded within their credit card process.

In April of the same year, it launched SplititExpress, a solution enabling checkout in under two seconds and supporting instalment payments via GPay and ApplePay, proceeded by a collaboration with fintech Rapyd which sought to enable firms to provide shoppers with instalment payments.

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Keywords: product launch, marketplace, instalment payments, BNPL, payment methods, paytech, fintech, online shopping, ecommerce, embedded finance
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Companies: AliExpress, Splitit
Countries: United States
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