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Monthly Instalments with Divido

posted by Carla on Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Oxbridge Home Learning is delighted to be able to offer finance to its students. This allows you to pay for the course via flexible monthly instalments with Divido.

Offering Divido’s finance, this will allow many more of our students to study and fulfill their potential. Students are able to pay in 3, 6 and 12 monthly instalments with Divido at 0% interest. So, here is a little more about our finance partner Divido and just a few of the reasons why we love working with them, and why they are the top-rated point-of-sale finance company on Trustpilot. Divido also have a 4.8 score on Google reviews, from unmonitored and uninvited reviewers!

Why are monthly instalments with Divido the top-rated point of sale finance company on Trustpilot?

At Divido, the customers are at the core of the company. They want to make consumer finance fair, flexible and transparent for everyone involved, putting an end to the outdated finance experience that we have all put up with for far too long. Because of this approach, Divido proudly has a 5-star Trustpilot score, making them the top-rated point of sale (POS) finance company on Trustpilot.

This score reflects the quality of the solution and the customer service they offer. So how has Divido achieved this score a score better than any other POS finance company on Trustpilot?

  1. Quick, understanding and helpful customer service

Like Oxbridge Home Learning Divido, the importance of customer service and it isn’t understated. Because of this, they have built a client success team that supports every merchant and its customers throughout the process. The Divido team helps to explain how the finance option works and takes the customer through the customer through the application process. Here’s just one example of a trustpilot customer review who had this to say about our customer service:

“Without a doubt one of the best financial services I have ever used. Easy internet forms, no big word jargon that can test the stress level of any customer. My paperwork was with me in two days, so no searching for the confirmation email. Top and very, very quick response and acceptance. Yes, highly recommend!”

  1. High acceptance rates

Most retail finance solutions are only connected to one lender. This means that when their merchants finance for their customers, they can only apply to one lender. This reduces the likelihood of the application being accepted. However, Divido is different. They are multi-lender so even if one lender declines the application, another more suitable can accept. What’s more, if a finance is not the right option for a customer, they can offer an alternative payment option. Monthly Instalments with Divido makes the customer happy as they are able to purchase what they really want, conveniently and easily.

  1. No paper, no hassle

With Divido, everything is completely digital. At every stage of the process, there is no paperwork, whether the customer purchases in-store, online or via mobile. This ensures the application is quick for both the customer and the merchant, once again improving customer satisfaction as well as reducing the chance of a possibility of error that’s prone in paperwork.

  1. Modern, smooth application process

Every customer’s journey to purchase must be as smooth and fast as possible, and this includes when they are applying for finance. Understanding this, Divido has created an extremely efficient application process that takes moments to complete. Once the short application has been filled out by the customer, they typically have only to wait seconds to receive a response. If approved, the deposit is paid, the contract is signed and the retailer can immediately dispatch the goods to the customer. What’s more, to ensure a smooth and uninterrupted experience, the customer doesn’t even need to leave the website or store to complete their application.

Divido is a fintech startup already working with over 400 merchants, including BMW, HTC, Simba and of course; Oxbridge.