We are pleased to be able to offer payment via Klarna where you can pay for your items over 3 instalments.

Here we answer some commonly asked questions; the most current information can be found directly on the Klarna website here.

What is Klarna?

Klarna was founded in 2005 in Stockholm, Sweden with the aim of making it easier for people to shop online.

Klarna is the leading global payments and shopping service, providing smarter and more flexible shopping and purchase experiences to 90 million active consumers across more than 250,000 merchants in 17 countries

How does paying in instalments work?

You can spread the cost of your purchase into 3 interest-free instalments. The first payment is made at point of purchase, with remaining instalments scheduled automatically every 30 days.

What do you need to know about Klarna?

You must be 18 years old.

Pay in 3 instalments is a form of credit.

The card you choose to pay with is valid (i.e. has not expired) and issued to you, and you have sufficient funds on the card.

It is at Klarna’s discretion whether they choose to offer you this credit offering.

How does  Klarna work on the Forsyth and Tedd website?

Select the 3 interest-free instalments (Klarna) option when you check out. Enter your debit or credit card information. No interest or fees are added. To check your eligibility, Klarna will perform a soft search with a credit reference agency. This will not affect your credit score.

After the retailer confirms that the order is on its way, Klarna will charge your card for the first instalment. Klarna will send you a notification once the payment has been processed.

Once you make your first payment, Klarna will automatically charge your card every 30 days for the remaining payments. Klarna will inform you ahead of time. There’s no interest or fees.

Klarna Terms and Conditions

Klarna Terms and Conditions for Pay in 3 instalments can be found here.

Klarna Privacy Policy

Details of how Klarna store and manage your data can be found here.

Issues with Klarna

For any issues with your Klarna payment please contact their customer service here.