ColDesi Adds New Payment Options to Supply Website: PayPal Credit & Pay in 4

Written November 18, 2021

Categories: AD News, Apparel Decoration, GP News, Graphics Production, News

ColDesi Inc. announces the addition of new payment options, including short-term, interest-free financing, to its supply division website, Colman and Company. 

Colman and Company customers can now find PayPal Credit and PayPal Pay in 4 as payment options for their purchases. 

“We want to be able to offer flexible payment options for all customers,” says Director of Marketing for Ecommerce, Marc Vila. “One way we are doing this is by offering PayPal Credit and Pay in 4. These are the types of payment options that some people prefer overusing a credit or debit card. Making it easy to pay is a part of a great shopping experience.”

PayPal’s Pay in 4 lets people pay off purchases over a short period of time. This offer may be used for qualifying purchases of $30-$600. This plan includes four interest-free payments every two weeks over six weeks, with first payment due at purchase.

PayPal Credit is revolving credit with deferred interest. This offer may be used for qualifying purchases of $99 or more. For this plan, customers can enjoy zero interest if paid in full in six months. 

"Payment security is a priority on our website,” says Vila. “This is why we frequently update our website checkout process with the latest tools from merchant service providers.”

The company also recently added a wide variety of in-stock and ready-to-ship sublimation blanks to the site, including Vapor Apparel, mugs, mousepads, and koozies, as well as sign blanks in different shapes, materials, colors, and sizes, all for various purposes, like UV printing and sign vinyl applications. 

ColDesi reports that customers are being offered a value that no one else in the industry can match. "We don't just want to have customers; we want to have meaningful relationships with business owners," Vila adds. "ColDesi+ Rewards is a way for us to give back to every customer. You don't have to be a big business to get huge benefits."

The company says it will continue to add new equipment, blank clothing, and supplies to its website to fit customers' needs.