QuickaPay launches Legal Now, Pay Later, a buy now, pay later solution built for the legal industry
QuickaPay today has announced the release of it’s new Legal Now, Pay Later solution designed to make legal services more affordable.
Law firms, who have been hit hard due to COVID-19 are often limited in their payment solutions due to the rigorous trust account obligations, however, now with QuickaPay they can give their customers more ways to pay and boost their cash flow all whilst remaining compliant in the process.
The new payment solution, designed with the help of the legal teams at Sprintlaw, Cudmore Legal, and Prosper Law can be easily embedded into a firm’s invoices, practice management solution, or e-commerce website with native built integrations.
Alex Solo from Sprintlaw, a leading startup and small business specialty law firm said: “QuickaPay’s Legal Now, Pay Later solution is a game changer for the legal industry as currently there are a limited number of payment providers out there and buy now, pay later has been late to the game. QuickaPay also helps us service an entirely new set of customers that otherwise might not seek out the legal advice or support they need due to cashflow issues.”
Nathan Carroll, the Co-Founder of QuickaPay said: “Small businesses and consumers alike, often avoid seeking out legal advice when they need it most simply because they don’t think they can afford it. Our mission is to change this by giving the customer more flexible ways to pay whilst ensuring the firm can still get paid up front for the work they put in. This is a win for the law firm, and a win for the end customer.”
Legal Now, Pay Later which launched last month is available to both business or consumer customers alike across Australia on amounts up to $20,000 AUD and terms from 3 – 12 months. Customers who do not want to pay using buy now, pay later can still make a payment in full by any major credit or debit card.
Founded in 2019 by two Australian Fintech veterans, QuickaPay is a payments and financing hub built for professional and educational focused businesses. The platform offers a buy now, pay later and merchant card service to Australian businesses and can be embedded into invoices, sales proposals, legal management systems, and e-commerce stores.
For more information, please visit https://www.quickapay.com/