TruTech Tools is pleased to offer several ways to make your purchase happen: on your schedule, and on your terms. Current options are listed below. Rates terms and conditions vary with credit worthiness, time in business, and amount financed. We have found all of these companies reputable and easy to deal with.
QuickSpark: Designed for the business*, not the individual. Min. amount $2000, Max amount, terms and payment: depends on your credit or business credit. Typical payments shown next to products as you shop. Fast feedback so you know where you stand in minutes!(For Business Use) *If you have a Federal EIN or TIN (Employer Identification Number or Tax Identification Number, NOT just a Social Security number (SSN), you are considered a business.
Affirm: Pay over time, on your terms. Affirm offers easy financing – without a catch. There are no gimmicks like deferred interest or hidden fees, so the total you see at checkout is always what you’ll actually pay. Fast feedback so you know where you stand in minutes! To see this option, be sure you are logged in as a customer.
PayPal Credit: Designed for the individual, not the business. PayPal Credit is a line of credit from Comenity Capital Bank that gives you the flexibility to pay for your purchase now, or pay over time. It’s easy to apply and easy to use. Simply choose PayPal credit at checkout. Must have or apply for a PayPal account. Fast feedback so you know where you stand in minutes!
Klarna: Shop now, pay over time with Klarna and Slice it! Split your purchase into four, equal installments paid bi-weekly. No added costs, no due dates to remember. Just smooth shopping. Apply at checkout in 4 simple steps, and receive an instant approval decision. 25% at check out, 25% in 2 wks, 25% in 4 wks 25% in 6 wks, with no interest! For individuals, not businesses.
Apruve: Designed for the business* to make purchasing from TruTech Tools even easier. Get 30 day terms with online invoicing and payments. Approved amount depends on your business credit. Rapid feedback so you know where you stand in a couple days. *If you have a Federal EIN or TIN (Employer Identification Number or Tax Identification Number, NOT just a Social Security number (SSN), you are considered a business.