What is Afterpay? 

Afterpay offers simple instalment plans for online shoppers, allowing a purchase to be paid for in 4 equal instalments, due every fortnight, interest free!

When you make a purchase with Zabecca Living, you can choose Afterpay as your chosen payment method at the checkout. If you’re a first-time Afterpay user then provide your payment details as usual to complete your purchase. Once this first order is approved, your Afterpay account is created.

Once your first order is approved, your Afterpay account is created. All you need to do is visit to set up a password, and you will be able to make more purchases using Afterpay by simply entering your log in details upon checkout.

Please remember that to sign up with Afterpay you need to:

- Be living in Australia
- Be at least 18 years old
- Have a valid and verifiable email address and phone number
- Use an Australian bank payment card
- Be capable of entering into a legally binding contract
- Afterpay uses a mandatory ID verification process to ensure your eligibility.

Is there a cost to use Afterpay?

Afterpay does not charge a fee to consumers when purchasing and does not charge interest. The only fees applied to consumers are late fees if your scheduled payments are unsuccessfully processed and, after being notified, you do not log in to your Afterpay account to make your payment via a different method.

Is Afterpay safe and secure?

Afterpay is an Australian company that was founded here. Afterpay is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and is subject to Australian laws and regulations.

Within this framework they have achieved the highest level of payment data security, set by the PCI Global Security Standards Council. This is known in the industry as Data Security Standard Level 1 and applies to all the major payment companies around the world. Achieving this standard includes accreditation to the highest level of:

- Secure Networks and Systems
- Data Protection
- Strong Access Control
- Regular Monitoring and Testing


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