AfterPay for WordPress

Postpay is gaining ground in the field of online payment. The company AfterPay is one of the main parties that makes this possible in the Netherlands.

The Pronamic Pay plugin now makes it possible to activate AfterPay as a payment method within WordPress websites. This is supported, among other things, for the payment providers Mollie, PayPal and Rabo Smart Pay.

Payment providers with AfterPay support

To be able to offer payments via AfterPay, you must use one of the payment providers below that offers this. Every payment provider has its own way of adding the AfterPay payment method.

Connect AfterPay to the most popular WordPress plugins

Connect AfterPay to no less than 11 WordPress plugins. Pronamic Pay supports among others Restrict Content Pro, Event Espresso and MemberPress.

About Pronamic Pay

Make AfterPay payments possible with Pronamic Pay

With over 350,000+ downloads, Pronamic Pay is the most popular payment solution for WordPress. It links 16 payment providers to more than 11 different WordPress plugins.

How it works

Pay afterwards with AfterPay

The e-commerce market continues to grow every year. Together we order more and more online and have the products delivered to our front door. The motto of 'AfterPay' is 'You pay afterwards'. In a physical store you first try the product before you buy it. Why don't we do that online too? AfterPay makes it easy for consumers and webshops to realize this.

If you are happy with the product you have purchased, you can confirm the payment with one click of the button. Are you only happy with part of your order? Indicate which products you are returning and this will be processed by AfterPay. Then you only pay for the products you actually bought.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which WordPress plugins can I use AfterPay to link?

We currently support 11 plugins including Restrict Content Pro, Event Espresso and MemberPress.

What are the costs if I choose Pronamic Pay?

For Pronamic Pay you pay an annual license. The payment providers charge their own rates. Usually you pay per transaction there. You also have to purchase a subscription with certain payment providers.