Zilch, founded in July 2018, said internal data showed it acquired more than 425,000 new customers in December alone, helping it reach the 2 million mark.
Zilch, the direct-to-consumer buy now, pay later provider, says it has topped the 2 million customer mark in just over three and a half years.
Founded in July 2018, Zilch said internal data showed it bagged more than 425,000 new customers in December, helping it reach the 2 million mark.
The UK fintech said it hit the number just six months after reaching the 1 million customer mark.
The internal data, which has not been independently verified, also showed that customers are using their Zilch card on average eight times a month and that 40 per cent of its daily sales are now processed through its Tap & Pay payment feature.
The founders saw their stake in the buy now, pay later firm reach a combined $1bn following its latest funding round.
Headquartered in London, the company was one of the first 'buy now, pay later' providers in the UK to receive a consumer credit license from the FCA and secured a lending license in California earlier this year.
Philip Belamant, CEO and co-founder, at Zilch: “We’re working day and night to create the most ubiquitous payment product the world has ever seen. Offering our customers the most convenient and responsible way to purchase anything, anywhere.”