Affirm Payment For Moving - Flatrate Moving

Make 4 interest - free payments with Affirm

When inspiration strikes, say yes with confidence — knowing you'll never pay a penny more than your purchase price.

payments with Affirm

Buying with Affirm is simple

1. Review Move Plan

1. Review Move Plan

When you’re ready to pay, select Affirm as your payment.

2. Complete your purchase

2. Complete your purchase

Enter a few pieces of info for a real-time decision.

3. Pay over time

3. Pay over time

Make 4 payments every 2 weeks at or in the Affirm app.

Just select Affirm grey logo at checkout

Say yes with confidence

When you buy with Affirm, you always know exactly what you'll owe and when you'll be done paying. You’ll never pay a hidden fee — or any fee, for that matter.


With Affirm, there are no late fees, service fees, prepayment fees, or any hidden fees.


It only takes a moment, and checking your eligibility won’t affect your credit score.


Affirm won’t charge you late fees or penalties of any kind, ever.

Payment options are offered by Affirm, are subject to eligibility check, and may not be available in all states. Options depend on your purchase amount, and a down payment may be required. California residents: Affirm Loan Services, Llc is licensed by the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation. Loans are made of arranged pursuant to California Financing Law license 60DBO-111681.


Can I pay off my purchase early?

Yes! There’s no penalty for paying early.

How do I make my payments?

You can make or schedule payments at or in the Affirm app for iOS or Android. Affirm will send you email and text reminders before payments are due.

Does checking my eligibility affect my credit score?

No — checking your eligibility won’t affect your credit score.

Can I get a refund for something I bought with Affirm?

Yes — by initiating the return process with the merchant.

Do I need a mobile number to use Affirm?

Yes, you’ll need a mobile number from the U.S. or U.S. territories. This helps Affirm verify it’s really you who is creating your account and signing in.

Where can I learn more about Affirm?

You can visit their website at