Klarna now available on all our ecommerce websites
July 13th, 2022
You can now add Klarna as payment gateway option on your Ecommerce website. In this blog, we will explain what Klarna is, what they do and how you can add this to your website.
What is Klarna?
Klarna is a payment gateway that provides your customers a way to spread the cost of a purchase.
What does Klarna do?
Klarna aims to help convert website visitors into conversions, by providing a service that helps benefit you and your customers. When a customer purchases items from your website using Klarna, you'll get paid in full, and your customers will pay Klarna over time. They offer a range of payment options such as paying in 30 days and paying over 3 monthly instalments. You can learn more about the payment options Klarna provide on their website.
Klarna is quite a popular payment method for the millennium demographic. It's important to consider your payment gateways with your target audience in mind.
How much does Klarna for Business cost?
Klarna charges a transaction fee for every purchase made through their gateway. For UK transactions their current rate as of 2022 is 2.49 % + £0.20. This rate might change for transaction made from outside of the UK. You can learn more about Klarna for business and their current fees on their website.
What Website Packages can use Klarna?
You can use Klarna on all of our Ecommerce website packages, as standalone option or along side other payment gateways.
How can I add Klarna to my website?
It's free to integrate Klarna to your Webfactory website and it can be added at any point. All you need to do is create an account with Klarna and then provide us with your API username and API password. These are different from your Klarna account username and password and will need to be generated from within the merchant portal. Once we have this information, we can then link your website to your Klarna account.
Contact us today to add Klarna to your payment gateway options.
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