Klarna pledges to support the frontline response to COVID-19 with ASOS Giveback Day
Apr28

Klarna pledges to support the frontline response to COVID-19 with ASOS Giveback Day

Klarna, the leading global payments and shopping provider, has committed to support the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in its frontline response to COVID-19, by donating £1, $1 or €1 for every Klarna transaction placed at ASOS globally on 29th April.  This dedicated “Giveback Day” will take place internationally*, enabling Klarna and ASOS customers to take part in the ICRC’s relief efforts against the pandemic....

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Klarna and ASOS Partner to offer UK App Customers the Option to Try First and Pay Later
Nov02

Klarna and ASOS Partner to offer UK App Customers the Option to Try First and Pay Later

Klarna’s Pay later now available to all UK customers who have the ASOS app Today, leading European payments provider Klarna has announced a UK partnership with ASOS – one of the world’s leading destinations for fashion loving 20-somethings. The news means that UK customers with the iOS or Android ASOS app can now use Klarna’s ‘Pay later’ solution to pay for their items up to 30 days later – with no interest or fees. This...

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ASOS Partners with Klarna to Launch Pay after Delivery in Nordics
Jan23

ASOS Partners with Klarna to Launch Pay after Delivery in Nordics

In order to make online payments more flexible for shoppers, ASOS has partnered with one of Europe’s leading payments providers, Klarna, and their pay after delivery technology following a successful partnership in Germany over the past three years. Klarna’s pay after delivery allows retailers to bridge the gap between the online and offline shopping experience. When making a purchase on desktop or mobile, customers in the Nordics...

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ASOS Condemned by GMB Amid Exploitation Claims
Oct18

ASOS Condemned by GMB Amid Exploitation Claims

Fast-fashion retailer shows a 37% increase in profits as campaigners continue to call for the company to respect it’s workers GMB, the union for ASOS workers, has called for the online fast-fashion retailer to respect its work force and employ some basic fairness in the workplace, as the company prepares to unveil its full-year results tomorrow (Tuesday 18 October). Analysts at Shore Capital have predicted that before tax...

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