J.Crew online consumers can now take advantage of MasterPass at the checkout. The digital wallet service enables shoppers to use any payment card or enabled device to unlock a simplified and speedier checkout experience whether they’re at home, in a store or on the go.
The wallet solution securely stores shoppers preferred payment and shipping information which is readily accessible when they click on the Buy with MasterPass button and log into their account.
“The world of online shopping is changing rapidly. Customers want ease and simplicity. MasterPass has paved the road to easy,” said Jenna Lyons, president and executive creative director, J.Crew. “We were thrilled to partner with MasterCard and to be one of the first to share in this new technology.”
“We’ve all experienced the frustration of attempting to quickly input payment and shipping information when shopping online only to receive repeated error messages,” said Michael Cyr, group executive, U.S. Customer Delivery, MasterCard. “MasterPass eliminates this by providing shoppers with a faster, easier online checkout enhancing their shopping experience and leaving them more time to enjoy the things that matter most.”
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