VILLAR-led AllHome Corp. has made online and onsite shopping more convenient by providing customers with several payment options for their purchases.

In a statement on Monday, the company said customers could opt for several payment method such as: cash, debit card or credit card with zero percent interest installment for up to 12 months; mobile payment services such as AllEasy, GCash, and PayMaya; bank to bank transfers or cash on delivery for orders done online or through personal shopper service; or layaway plans through Aeon and Home Credit.

AllHome Chairman Manuel B. Villar, Jr. said the company is boosting its e-commerce platform and is offering convenient payment methods in order for more customers to have access to its products.

“By enabling customers to shop and pay online, we are also offering them the experience of shopping at their leisure. AllHome is committed to boosting consumer confidence, which is critical as the market continues to recover from the pandemic. We remain optimistic that our efforts today will create a lasting impact on our new future,” Mr. Villar said in the statement.

“With flexible payment terms and modes of payment, shoppers are in for a more hassle-free experience as they browse items for sale across AllHome’s seven categories: furniture, appliances, linen, homeware, hardware, construction, and tiles and sanitary wares,” AllHome Vice-Chairman Camille A. Villar said in the statement.

During the height of strict quarantine measures in April last year, AllHome launched its own e-commerce platform that made the company’s products available to customers across the country.

On Monday, shares of AllHome at the stock exchange fell 1.39% or 11 centavos to finish at P7.80 per share. — Revin Mikhael D. Ochave