Klarna comes from humble beginnings. Back in 2005, it was launched in Sweden’s Stockholm as a financial startup that eventually grew into the country’s most valued private fintech company.
Originally, it delivered services to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland. In 2014, it merged with Sofort and expanded its outreach to several other countries, including Belgium, Austria, and Switzerland and turning into a powerful Klarna Group.
Operating in a number of currencies, including GBP, USD, AUD, and EUR, Klarna has about 50 million shoppers, 200,000 retailers, and more than 15 years of experience.
Its another massive selling point is a convenient app adapted to both iOS and Android.
For its customers, Klarna offers Split Pay and Pay Later products – both extremely suitable but not exactly appropriate for online gambling. To cover this niche, the service also has direct bank deposits. How exactly can you use those?
You will need to be a client with any of many banks partnering with Klarna, and you will also need to have an online account. Armed with access to online banking, you can choose Klarna in an online cashier. The system will then ask you about your country of residence and the bank where you are registered. Afterwards, log into your account, and verify the transaction.
As far as the fees go, there should not be any deposit fees on the side of the casino. However, Klarna may charge a certain fee. When it comes to cashouts, expect a certain percentage added to the withdrawal amount. This fee will depend on your casino and the bank.
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