AllHome expands payment options

AllHome Corp., the listed retail arm of the Villar Group, on Monday said it is strengthening its e-commerce platform, while offering flexible payment terms and other payment options to its customers.

The company that sells home and building materials said it will offer payment options, such as cash, debit card or credit card with zero percent installment up to 12 months on selected items, and allow mobile payment services such as AllEasy, GCash and Paymaya.

It will also allow bank-to-bank transfers or cash on delivery, for orders made online and thru personal shopper service, or opt for installment plans through Aeon and Home Credit.

“AllHome is strengthening its e-commerce platform and offering convenient payment options so that more Filipinos can have access to world class-quality products when it comes to building and furnishing their homes. By enabling them to shop and pay online, we are also offering them the experience of shopping at their leisure,” company chairman Manuel B. Villar Jr. said in a statement.

“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.”

In April last year, at the height of the strictest quarantine measures when all of its Luzon stores were closed, AllHome launched its e-commerce platform, making its full line of furniture, home appliances and construction needs available to shoppers all over the country.

E-commerce sales during this time, when personal movement was restricted, proved crucial for AllHome as it accounted for about 10 percent of its sales, in tandem with the essential pop-up stores it established beside its sister firm All Day supermarkets, the company said.

AllHome recently opened its Cauayan store in Isabela, its seventh in Luzon, and the 15th large free-standing store format. It recently opened branches in Santiago, Isabela, Cabanatuan and Sta. Maria in Bulacan, and now has a total of 52 branches nationwide. This includes 22 large mall-based stores and 15 small specialty stores.

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