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    Finance Options

    More ways to pay with finance from Klarna

    We're making accessing your new hair even easier with spread the cost and pay later from Klarna.

    At The Wonderful Wig Company, we know how important having access to your new hair is. That’s why we’re constantly working to make it easier and more affordable than ever.

    To help, we’ve introduced two brand new ways to pay that enable you to spread the cost or pay later, with 0% interest and no fees.

    Buy now, pay in 30 days

    Our buy now, pay later option from Klarna gives you the chance to get whatever you need right now. You then have up to 30 days to pay. Interest-free.

    It’s super safe and incredibly easy. Simply shop as usual and choose “Pay later in 30 days” at checkout.

    Don’t worry about forgetting, either! Klarna will remind you before your payment is due.

    Buy no, pay in 3 interest-free instalments

    Our new Pay in 3 option is a fantastic way to get what you need now and pay in 3 simple, interest-free instalments without the need to take out credit. And, of course, there are no fees.

    Simply choose the “3 interest-free instalments” option at checkout and follow the steps. Klarna will occasionally remind you, too, so you never need to worry about missing your payments.

    How do I get finance?

    To take advantage of our finance offers, simply find your products and check out as usual.

    When it comes to making a payment, you'll be given the option of using our finance partner to complete your purchase. Just follow the steps and your new hair will be on it's way*

    You may not be eligible for finance. You will be notified if you are unable to complete your purchase and your order will not be processed until a suitable alternative payment has been provided.

    Important: The Wonderful Wig Company is a registered Trading name and Credit Introducer, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are not a lender or broker.