Commercial Traders’ Office Furniture Offers Accelerated Checkout Options


To compliment the payment options they offer at present, Commercial Traders have recently enabled three accelerated checkouts that make it quicker and easier to purchase online, plus they can now accept American Express credit cards, which makes it a lot easier for corporate customers to pay for their goods. 

Their three new accelerated checkouts include Shopify payments, Google Payments and the Apple Pay e-commerce platform for online stores and retail point-of-sale systems. Both of these allow you to check out without having to fill in all of your details. Apple Pay means that you can pay with just your thumb print once you have everything set up.

Shopify is one of the largest off the rack e-commerce solutions and if you have used a shopify checkout before and saved you details, then this will now work on Commercial Traders’ website.

Of course, they still accept Visa and Master Card payments through their website, and their checkout pages are securely served and encrypted using SSL. Credit Cards are verified in real time using DPS (Payment Express). You can also checkout using Paypal. This works best for personal purchases if you already have a Paypal account. Paypal can provide a lot of the relevant contact details and minimises the amount of information you need to provide.

Payments can also be made by direct credit bank transfers. Commercial Traders integrate with Poli which allows you to securely link to you bank account at the checkout and simplifies the transfer process. Poli Payments are trusted by some of the biggest businesses in New Zealand, including The Warehouse, Air New Zealand and The Land Transport Agency. Alternatively you can checkout using the bank transfer option, and then make a deposit, with your order number as a reference.

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Mark Redshaw
Sales Straordinario at Commercial Traders Office Furniture.


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