[Worldwide boom! ] We have introduced BNPL (pay later)

Paidy allows you to make online payments safely and easily.

In September of this year, it became a hot topic when it was acquired by Paypal, a major American payment company, for 30 billion yen!
(Yahoo! News: What is Paidy, a Japanese deferred payment payment system acquired by PayPal for 300 billion yen?)

Customers can easily make payments using just their email address and phone number.
There is no need to enter your credit card number.

Paidy is a system that allows you to pay for one month's worth of online shopping either in one lump sum the following month or in three installments.

What is BNPL?

BNPL, which is popular worldwide , is a "Buy Now Pay Later" payment method.

In August of this year, Square (a mobile payment company founded by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and others) announced that it had acquired Afterpay, a major Australian BNPL service, for 3.19 trillion yen (!!).

There are also rumors that Apple Pay is considering introducing deferred payment.

Not only is it easy to shop, but one of the big benefits is that you don't need to have a credit card that needs to be approved or a bank account that needs to be processed.

No wonder BNPL is popular among young people.

In addition, it is a very reasonable payment method if you can prevent damage such as credit card information leakage.

We live in a society that is becoming more and more convenient.

Once you have completed the smartphone contract procedure, the troublesome daily procedures and risks are eliminated...the smart rationalization is wonderful!

I also like that once you create a Google account, you can log in to the site you're visiting for the first time.

It seems scary to think that aggregating information = controlling society...

Anyway, when things become more convenient, you free up time, so you can focus more on what you need to do.

That's why we have introduced Paidy at our store, so you can now easily purchase items using just your email address and phone number.

Of course, we also offer many other payment methods.
Convenience store payment, bank transfer, credit card, Paypay and other smartphone payments, Paypal, Applepay, Googlepay...

Unfortunately, we do not accept cash payments!
It's a futuristic store... (this is natural since it's an online store)

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