Intex Technologies Ltd, one of the leading consumer electronics major, today announced a tie-up with 'Kissht - EMI Payment solutions', a collateral-free loans provider app, to provide its consumers quick online finance service offering convenient EMI option for purchases.
Customers can now walk-in at any of the Intex SmartWorld Stores and choose a product, after which they need to fill an online application form to process the loan and the offer is generated basis this information.
Post this, Aadhar enabled eKYC is processed and customer can avail instant approval on the spot. This service also offers KYC documents review and verification through a field visit to their residence, followed by final approval of the loan and disbursement of the product.
"We are delighted to announce our association with Kissht, which helps us to offer quick and trouble-free financing service to our customers. What is unique is that the consumer does not need a credit card to avail this service. We believe that this partnership will help us to further broaden our reach, helping make our products available to a wider population reaching tier II and III cities," said business head- retail Intex Technologies, Vishal Malik.
"We are delighted to partner with Intex, which is one of the leading consumer electronics company. Our association will benefit the customers who can now buy the latest Intex smartphone or consumer durables through a quick and hassle free financing service which enables them to pay in installments," said Digital Head Kissht EMI Payments Solutions, Vinay Singh.
SmartWorld exclusive brand stores by Intex are single touch points to experience the wide range of Intex products through superior quality demonstrations by a well-trained staff in order to provide best product education to customers.
Intex SmartWorld began its operations in April 2015 as part of its continued efforts in strengthening retail presence and engaging consumer experience. In its 28 months journey, Intex Smart World has spread pan-India covering 90+ cities across 24 states.
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