September 7, 2021

Don’t Let That Sale Get Away!

Expert Warehouse Delivers the Goods

Fast, frictionless transactions are the goal of all e-commerce sites, and an on-the-spot consumer credit program from AVB/BrandSource can help make shoppers’ online purchases downright seamless.

The “Apply & Buy” program, developed by the buying group and Citibank, allows customers on any AVB-designed e-commerce site to apply for the private-label BrandSource Credit Card at checkout. Approval takes just seconds, after which the purchase can be applied to the new account and customers can take advantage of any special financing offers for a true buy-on-the-fly experience.

For the customer, this means enhanced purchasing power, as extended terms allow payments to be spread out over time. Other consumer advantages include around-the-clock account access; no annual fees; and a dedicated line of credit that’s accepted at some 4,500 BrandSource member stores nationwide.

Conversely, BrandSource members reap the benefits of bigger tickets, higher close rates and payment parity with national chains and e-tailers.

 

“Apply & Buy is just one more leap forward in closing the gap between big-box stores and independents online,” said Chad Evans, AVB’s Vice President of Merchandising. “We are continuing to level the playing field with this functionality, which is a game-changer for independent appliance, home furnishings and consumer tech retailers.”

 

Want to apply for Apply & Buy? For more information, or to learn about the many other benefits of BrandSource membership, please click here.

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