Banks & Financial Institutions

Installments at checkout

Increase “pay later” adoption rates with Splitit’s white-label installments at checkout.

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Card-attached installments

We understand the delicate balance that banks and financial institutions strive to maintain between fostering card usage and preserving valuable issuer-consumer relationships.

Splitits’ card-linked model does not cannibalize card spend and does not disintermediate the issuer-consumer relationship through its own brand and platform.

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Retain cardholders

Retain cardholders

Long-Term installment plans that keep cards active and provide a financing alternative for revolvers, preventing “Card Hopping”.

Drive incremental card spend

Drive incremental card spend

A better alternative to legacy BNPL where 70-80% of settlements are conducted via debit/direct bank transfer.

Introducing FI-PayLater

Splitit provides the technology that empowers you to offer installment payments embedded within the checkout.

Scale with ease

Get started with installments

Splitit’s installments-as-a-service solution offers a partnership where technology seamlessly integrates into your operations, allowing you to offer installments at scale without time consuming IT complexities.

Upgrade your existing installments

Splitit can be easily integrated into your existing infrastructure, expanding on your current installments offering.

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