Now that you’ve created your Zilla merchant account.

You have created your Zilla merchant account? Well done!

Now you can offer flexible payment options to your existing customers and bring in new ones. When you created your Zilla merchant account, we sent you a welcome email telling you what to do next. In case you missed it, here’s what to do next with your Zilla merchant account:

Verify your account: We need to ensure that all merchants that sign up to Zilla run legitimate businesses.

We will need to see the following so you can fully enjoy your Zilla account.

  • CAC/Incorporation documents
  • A utility bill for your business
  • Details of what your business does/sells
  • Details of where your business operates (website, Instagram/Facebook store)

Please share these with us via email at boost@zilla.africa. Once we have received and verified these, you can begin to enjoy your Zilla account.

Let your customers know: Let your customers know that you now accept Zilla payments. You can download a flyer we’ve created for that purpose here. You can also access our logo files here and make your own flyers.

Include your merchant link in your bio: Your merchant link is a link unique to your Zilla merchant store, where customers can pay you. You can learn more about making the most of your merchant link here.

Complete your website integration: If you have a website, you can integrate Zilla so that customers can split their payments at checkout! Check here for all the information you need.

Be prepared: Customers who are new to Zilla will have questions for you. Here is a link to our FAQs that answer both your questions and theirs.

Let us know if you need us: Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with. We are here to help you and your business make the most of your partnership with Zilla.

You can reach us on 08147198097 or email us at support@zilla.africa. We are available from 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday, and 10am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday.

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