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Zibby Joins Vyze’s POS Lending Platform

Financial services tech firm Vyze is announcing today that Zibby will be joining its lending platform — meaning going forward, Zibby lease payment option will be one retailers using Vyze can offer to their customers at the point of sale.

Vyze looks to make POS lending easier for merchants to offer with a platform that showcases a wide variety of lenders in the market. That breadth of choice in financing options makes it possible for merchants to offer their consumers more ways to pay for the products they want and need.

“Vyze offers the industry’s most comprehensive full-spectrum lending platform with leading consumer financing providers that support diverse payment options,” said Keith Nealon, CEO of Vyze. “We are excited to welcome Zibby as an important option for our retail clients who want to connect consumers with more payment choices.”

Zibby is designed to make it easy for consumers to pay off larger purchases over time —with a straightforward lead-to-own monthly payment plan and high grade customer service.  The application process is meant to be simple — and offer consumers a yes or no answer within 30 seconds of the first keystroke in the application.

“We are fundamentally aligned with Vyze in the belief that customer experience is crucial to driving utilization of any effective payment option,“ said Zibby CEO Brandon Wright. “Zibby revolutionizes lease purchase with a fast application and instant approval. We’ve worked hard to create a prime experience for a nonprime customer. We’re excited to make our financing solutions readily available to more retailers and consumers through the Vyze platform.”

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