ChargeAfter, the embedded lending platform for point-of-sale financing, announced that Removery, the world’s tattoo removal service providers, chose ChargeAfter in order to power its upgraded consumer financing offer.
ChargeAfter was selected to enhance Removery’s client experience by “offering a fast, seamless, and transparent financing process built to support its rapidly growing global network.”
Removery is the pure-play provider of tattoo removal services “with a network of 150+ studios.”
Removery’s upgraded point-of-sale financing “offer simplifies the beginning of the tattoo removal journey by making it more accessible through increased financing options for clients, aligning with the company’s commitment to providing a first-class customer experience.”
ChargeAfter’s platform covers the full spectrum of credit. Its multi-lender waterfall and matching engine is “expected to capture significantly more applications than Removery’s existing single-lender model, which is expected to more than double approval rates.”
Anyone entering Removery’s U.S. tattoo removal studios is now able “to apply to a network of lenders and be instantly matched to the best financing options based on their credit profile and preferences.”
Meidad Sharon, Founder and CEO of ChargeAfter said:
“We are delighted that Removery chose ChargeAfter to empower its customers by embedding financing choices into their lending journey. While many healthcare providers still focus on a single lender solution that excludes high-intent customers from purchasing their services, Removery is joining a growing number of market-leading providers that use ChargeAfter to offer more financing choices. ChargeAfter’s platform is the easiest way to embed and manage multiple lenders at every point of sale, while providing an exceptional customer experience, resulting in approval rates of up to 85%. We are excited that ChargeAfter will accompany and support Removery’s global growth.”
ChargeAfter supports the embedded lending network “for point-of-sale consumer financing for merchants and financial institutions.”
Powered by a network of lenders and a data-driven matching engine, ChargeAfter “streamlines the distribution of credit into a single, secure, and reliable embedded lending platform.”
Merchants can rapidly implement ChargeAfter’s omnichannel platform online, in-store, and at every point of sale, “enabling them to provide personalized financing choices to their customers.”
ChargeAfter is backed by investors, including Visa, Citi Ventures, Synchrony Financial, Banco Bradesco, MUFG, PICO Venture Partners, Propel Venture Partners, and The Phoenix.
ChargeAfter is headquartered in New York with an R&D center in Tel Aviv.