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What documents are required for 'buy now, pay later' service?

Asked 2019-01-02 02:39:57 by Arnav Singh

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The "buy now, pay later" service providers require users to create a profile and provide personal identity details like name, phone number, email id, Aadhaar number, etc. Some providers might need additional documents or details.

Are these services offered for free of cost? Is there any processing fee?

Asked 2019-01-02 02:39:57 by Tejas Dasgupta

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Most of the "pay later" service providers do not charge any processing fees from the customer and offer these services for free. However, some might charge interest on the loan amount; the interest rate might vary depending on the amount and repayment tenure.

Will these companies charge late fee if I fail to repay on time?

Asked 2019-01-02 02:39:57 by Shaurya Trivedi

Answered by NewsBytes

Yes, most "pay later" service providers levy a late fee or some other charge if the customer fails to repay on time, by the due date. These charges vary from provider to provider and are usually calculated on a daily basis. If the customer has opted for auto-debit repayment facility and doesn't maintain sufficient account balance, they will have to pay bounce charges too.

How to use LazyPay option on a website?

Asked 2019-01-02 02:39:57 by Sanvi Tata

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Users must choose LazyPay as a payment mode on a merchant's (partner) website. After that, an OTP is sent to the user's registered mobile number for verification purposes. After entering the OTP, transaction is processed.

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