Affirm Completes Acquisition of Returnly
“We are excited to welcome Returnly’s talented team to the Affirm family as we grow our network of consumers and merchants,” said
Returnly serves more than 1,800 merchants, has helped process more than
“Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for Returnly, and we are thrilled to join Affirm,” said
The acquisition is not expected to have a material impact on Affirm’s second half fiscal year 2021 results of operations. Affirm plans to report third quarter fiscal year 2021 financial results after the market closes on
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Returnly is a leading provider of digital return experiences and post-purchase payments for direct-to-consumer brands. Returnly is the only return solution that lets customers get the right item before returning the wrong one. The result is a world-class shopping experience with an average consumer satisfaction score (CSAT) of 91%. Returnly takes the product return risk and offers merchants a turn-key solution around its financial technology that includes return management tools as well as hosted and fully brandable end-customer touchpoints like package tracking, online returns and exchanges and Green Returns. To learn more about Returnly’s solutions, please visit www.returnly.com.
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