Klarna is a payment service provider that offers a variety of payment options to merchants and consumers.
Depending on the specific payment option being used, Klarna may automatically charge a payment to a consumer’s account. For example, if a consumer is using Klarna’s “Pay Later” option, they may have the option to pay for their purchase at a later date, typically within 14 or 30 days.
In this case, Klarna may automatically debit the consumer’s account on the agreed upon due date. On the other hand, if the consumer uses Klarna’s “Slice It” option, which allows them to pay in installments, payments may be automatically deducted from the consumer’s account at regular intervals, depending on the terms of the financing agreement.
It’s important to note that the specific payment terms and options will depend on the merchant and the consumer’s location and creditworthiness. I recommend reviewing the terms and conditions of any payment option before agreeing to it.
WooshPay also support Klarna, you can find the WooshPay’s Klarna pricing.