Flexible financing for your purchases

Retail financing you can count on

Fairstone partners with leading retailers coast to coast to offer Canadians convenient, accessible retail credit solutions to finance your purchases. So you can get the items you need with manageable payment options.
 

Financing offers that work for you

Our retail partners offer a wide variety of financing plans. Visit your retailer’s website or view your customer statement for details about your financing plan. Together with our retail partners, Fairstone can help make your purchase goals a reality.

Looking to offer a customer financing program?

If you’re a business owner, seeking a partner to back your customer financing program, you’ve come to the right place. Our customizable private label credit card program can help you increase sales, grow customer loyalty and differentiate yourself from the competition. Our programs feature deferred and no interest payment plans, low program costs and custom credit cards that keep your customers coming back.

Learn more about our private label credit card program

Want to pay off your retail financing plan now?

Consider converting the balance of your plan to a personal loan. Switching to a personal loan from Fairstone means no payments for up to 45 days (30 days in Quebec), opportunities for consolidation and a personalized payment plan that fits your needs and budget. We offer personal loans up to $30,000 with affordable payments at interest rates lower than most retail credit cards. We’ll work with you one-on-one at your local branch to make sure we find the loan that’s right for you.

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