Spread the cost of orders up to £30,000 with iwocaPay

We accept iwocaPay to give trade customers more control when it comes to paying. iwocaPay is available for UK Limited Businesses and LLPs on orders of £150 to £30,000.
Here’s how it works:
Set up a spending limit with iwocaPay ahead of your next purchase
We use iwocaPay to provide our trade customers with an approved spending limit up to £30,000. You can use as much or as little of it as you like and it’s totally interest free. Click here to set up a spending limit with iwocaPay. It only takes a few minutes and won’t affect your credit score. If you’re approved you’ll be able to spread the cost on all your orders up to your spending limit.
Select iwocaPay at the checkout // click the iwocaPay pay link on your invoice /
You’ll get redirected to the iwocaPay checkout page to complete your payment. Once that’s done we’ll received the funds from iwocaPay and process your order. If you need a hand or get stuck give iwocaPay a call on 02037780549.
When you get to the iwocaPay checkout you’ll see two choices:
Pay Now: in just a few clicks, you can scan a code to pay us straight from your bank account.
Pay Later: you’ll be able to set up a payment plan with iwocaPay to split the cost into 3 or 12 equal monthly payments.
Pay in 3 Pay in 12
Interest free
You don’t pay a penny for the first 30 days
We get paid right away
You pay in 3 equal monthly instalments
Interest free
You don’t pay a penny for the first 30 days
We get paid right away
You pay in 12 equal monthly instalments
Click here to view iwocaPay’s FAQ’s.
If you would like to hear more or have any questions or queries call iwocaPay on 02037780549 to speak to an account manager today.

Explainers for how iwocaPay works and the benefits for your customers

You can add them to your finance page or just copy and paste the content into your own design.
Make sure you use the correct one to avoid any confusion!
  • For Pay Later where your customer pays interest to use iwocaPay
  • For Pay Later where your customer doesn’t pay to use iwocaPay

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