FlexShopper presents FlexWallet: the virtual credit card


BOCA RATON, FL /ACCESSWIRE/October 31, 2022/ Leasing company FlexShopper, LLC (FPAY) has created a new service to help customers buy the products they want and need: FlexWallet is an innovative digital credit card that allows customers to purchases without cash or traditional credit card. With FlexWallet, customers can qualify for an instant spending limit of up to $2,500 that allows them to easily shop and pay over time via weekly payments.

FlexShopper has created this option for the convenience of its customers who can use FlexWallet not only online but also in major physical retail stores. Studies show that when customers have multiple purchase options – especially ones that offer increased convenience – it tends to lead to increased sales. The vast majority of customers will abandon a sale if the process isn’t convenient enough, implying that the ease of their experience is likely as important as the quality of the products/services they seek.

Over 50% of customers say they are influenced by convenience when shopping, which is why FlexShopper is always looking for new ways to apply innovation to the online experience. FlexWallet is exactly the kind of innovation designed to create a quick and easy experience for online shoppers that inspires brand loyalty. FlexWallet has multiple advantages. Customers can take up to 52 weeks to pay, or they can exercise a pre-purchase option to take ownership of the leased assets. Although not all customers with bad credit can be approved, good credit is not required and anyone can apply.

FlexWallet can even be used in conjunction with the company’s unique FlexTires option. Whether you choose to use FlexWallet or not, FlexShopper offers several advantages over similar programs such as Affirm, Aarons or other “buy now, pay later” options (which often only offer up to 4 months per lease). FlexShopper offers its customers the option of taking up to 52 weeks to complete their lease. This provides greater flexibility for financially challenged customers who wish to purchase items they cannot afford to pay up front.

FlexShopper has seen an increase in customers during and since the pandemic as many people were out of work, faced layoffs and suffered due to the economy. These people still needed products and with FlexShopper they have the option of taking an entire year to pay. Plus, for most items, there’s not even a down payment.

FlexShopper provides coverage for customers with no credit and even bad credit, and offers higher spending limits than other companies. For nearly 20 years, FlexShopper has provided solutions for customers facing financial challenges who still want to furnish their homes and provide quality products for their families. Many customers find FlexShopper after being turned down by Affirm for having bad credit or no credit, and at FlexShopper they find the credit they need. Many customers are also turning to FlexShopper because Affirm has given them very small spending limits.

FlexShopper values ​​transparency, ensuring that buyers know exactly what the terms and conditions are before making purchases and/or starting rental agreements. The company sells new and refurbished items from credited companies. Additionally, FlexShopper offers online shopping rather than limiting purchases to in-store locations. Due to its unique options in the lease-to-own industry, FlexShopper has enjoyed tremendous success and its stock value is increasing. FlexShopper, LLC (FPAY) stock increased 17.96% over the past 12 months; the average rating from Wall Street analysts is that this stock is considered a Strong Buy, indicating a high probability of financial returns.

While many families are struggling to recover from financial losses due to the pandemic, and many are also facing hardship during the recession, FlexShopper offers a service unique in its inclusiveness and wide range of available products. FlexWallet has now been launched on the website and offers a portal where customers can easily apply. FlexShopper is a rent-to-own company that offers customers up to 52 weeks to enter into a rental agreement. Customers can also choose to purchase items directly. FlexShopper’s new service, FlexWallet, allows customers to finance their rental contracts.

FlexShopper is a rent-to-own company that offers customers up to 52 weeks to enter into a rental agreement. Customers can also choose to purchase items directly. FlexShopper’s new service, FlexWallet, allows customers to finance their rental contracts.

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