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Announcement: Bumper and CitNOW partnership offers increased flexibility for drivers
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Announcement: Bumper and CitNOW partnership offers increased flexibility for drivers

25/08/2020

We are excited to announce our latest partnership with CitNOW, which will continue to offer increased flexibility for customers when paying for repairs through CitNOW’s workshop app.

Now customers will be able to see required repair work with dealers using CitNOW via video and apply to split their bill into monthly instalments in just a few clicks.

Chief Technology Officer, Colin Tinto commented, ‘What has become clear during this pandemic is that consumers are becoming more accustomed to communicating and transacting digitally and are realising that the associated processes can be a lot more efficient. As we emerge from lockdown, convenience will continue to be a priority for consumers, which is why it made perfect sense for us to partner with Bumper.

“Like us they are a leader in their field, and, more importantly, they share our vision for cutting-edge digital solutions that benefit car buyers”.

The integration is available now in the CitNOW workshop app and is free to eligible sites.

Bumper is an interest free solution for car repairs and services that is customer-centric and responsible. To get your Credit Limit and find participating garages and dealerships visit the Bumper website.

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