Make loans a simple, hassle-free experience
Provide instant payouts to bolster acquisition and retention.
Create value for your loans business
Boost borrower acquisition with instant payouts
Client acquisition is expensive. But, by offering instant loans, providers can differentiate where it really matters to borrowers - the speed of loan payment. Trustly uses both intra-bank networks and instant schemes, creating highly reliable instant payments.
Better customer experience leads to better retention
On average, customers are only profitable after the 3rd loan – so in the loans industry retention is key. Studies have proven that 83% prefer Trustly’s UX to that offered by standard manual bank transfer. By offering customers the ability to repay loans with their preferred method, loan providers can increase retention.
Slash support costs associated with manual bank transfers
Support is needed for 3% of manual bank transfers. With Trustly, the risk of manual entry errors is removed as IBAN & reference codes are pre-populated. What’s more, fast payouts help decrease support calls as the money appears instantly in the borrower’s account.
"Tando continue to benefit from Trustly’s expertise, innovation and excellent service in every market we trade in. We consider our partnership with Trustly to be invaluable!"
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Trustly Survey of European Loan Consumers (2019)