JCT600 first retailer to use Lloyds’ PayFrom Bank

Motor retailer JCT600 has become the first retailer in the UK to use Lloyds Bank’s new payment product ‘PayFrom Bank’.

The payment option enables consumers to pay for things online via their online banking service, without registering, inputting card details, or sharing personal data.

“Lloyds Bank are delighted to support JCT600 with our PayFrom Bank online payment capability,” said Steve Everett, managing director payables & receivables, Lloyds Bank. “We both recognise the importance in making the online buying experience as simple, secure, and hassle-free for customers as possible.

“PayFrom Bank is one of a suite of APIs we have developed to help create friction-free customer journeys and streamline business processes.”

The new functionality forms part of the retailer’s latest ‘Buy Online’ offer, allowing customers to browse, reserve, and buy a vehicle, all totally online and without the need to visit a dealership.

“We’re seeing more and more customers choosing to complete either part or all of their buying journey online,” said Andy Bateman, director of customer experience, JCT600. “Whether they choose to shop with us in-store, on the JCT600 website, or a mix of both, we’re committed to providing choice and flexibility.

“PayFrom Bank is the perfect option for buyers looking for a safe, convenient, secure way to purchase their next car or van. It’s great to be working with Lloyds on new technology like this, and we’re excited to see our customers taking advantage of PayFrom Bank when choosing their next vehicle.”

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