Online payments company Affirm did about $510M in business in the year ended June 30, up 93% from the previous year.
Affirm Holdings Inc. filed for an initial public offering Wednesday, giving a member of the "PayPal Mafia" yet another chance.
Affirm, founded by PayPal Holdings Inc PYPL.O co-founder Max Levchin, had confidentially filed for an IPO in October. Affirm revealed revenue of roughly of $174 million for the three months ended.
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Affirm’s annual revenue nearly doubled to $510 million for FY 2020 as consumers look for alternative ways to fund shopping.
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The payment startup offers a clever alternative to credit cards, passing some of the cost of buy-now-pay-later to merchants. That suits peddlers of pricey items who want to juice up sales, or.
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