Klasha launches Payment Links – a no-code option to accept payments from Africa

by | Jul 14, 2021

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LAGOS, July 14, 2021 –  Klasha, a FinTech company building borderless payments for e-commerce in Africa, has announced a new no-code option to accept payments for B2B and B2C merchants or independent sellers that do not have an e-commerce storefront. The Klasha Payment Link provides a flexible and easy way for international businesses to collect payments from customers in Africa without needing a website, app, or any coding skills.

With just a few clicks, businesses can create a simple custom checkout page directly from their KlashaDash dashboard and customers in Africa can make payments using their preferred payment method (card, bank account, USSD, MPesa, Ghana Mobile Money, etc.) It requires no coding, and you can share the link as many times as you want on multiple channels, including WhatsApp, Twitter, social media, email, or any other channel of your choice.

The Klasha Payment Link can be customised for different business needs. B2B wholesale businesses, SMEs, creators, personal shoppers, drop shippers and freelancers who do not own a website or have developer resources can receive payments within minutes from Africa without any hassle.  

“We’re excited to launch this feature for offline and online businesses and sole traders alike to accept payments from Africa without having to worry about integration processes, writing code or even owning a website,” said Jess Anuna, CEO of Klasha.  

In the next few months, Klasha will continue to provide businesses worldwide with additional tools and infrastructure to sell into Africa.

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