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Learn more about Tabby, Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL), requirements and eligibility

Updated over a week ago

Tabby lets your customers split their purchase into 4 interest-free payments.

The option to pay with Tabby is automatically enabled for every business. Your customers will see Tabby as a payment option, if your business is eligible.

Is my business eligible for Tabby (BNPL)?

There are certain high risk categories, or ethically questionable businesses that Tabby may not work with. As such, your customers will not see Tabby as a payment option.

Tabby works with global brands, startups and everyone in between and it's constantly adding new categories. Here is a list of categories that are authorized on the Tabby platform.

  • Automotive

  • Education

  • Events

  • Fitness and wellness

  • Food and beverage

  • Healthcare

  • Home services

  • Retail

  • Travel

Request eligibility

If your industry category is not in this list. Please connect with Tabby using the following email address and request for your industry to be added. If Tabby authorizes your request then your customers will automatically see an option to pay with Tabby at checkout.

To learn more, contact Tabby on: [email protected].

How does pricing work for Tabby?

There are no advanced payments to integrate with Tabby. Pricing is applied on every transaction made through Tabby, and calculated based on your industry and annual sale volumes. This includes all payment gateway charges without any hidden fees.

To learn more, contact Tabby on: [email protected].

Visit the Tabby for Business Help Center to learn more.

How does Tabby work for customers?

Tabby allows customers to buy now and pay later (BNPL) by choosing Tabby at checkout to split the purchase into 4 interest-free payments. Customers do not pay extra when they pay on time. No interest. No fees.

Visit the Tabby for Customers Help Center to learn more.

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