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What is Tabby?
Tabby is a flexible payment method that gives you the security and freedom to buy everything you need now and pay later or in installments without any interest or fees added.

Does Tabby protect my personal information?
Tabby follows the highest security standards, whether for payment or for keeping personal information to keep your privacy and security. Your personal information is safe and will only be seen by authorized persons and entities.

How do I make a payment?
The fastest and easiest way to make your payments and check your payment status online and through the Tabby app.

Accepted Payment Methods

UAE - Apple Pay, Visa, MasterCard
KSA - Apple Pay, Visa, MasterCard, MADA
Kuwait - Visa, MasterCard, KNET, Apple Pay
Bahrain - Visa, MasterCard, Benefit
Qatar - Visa, MasterCard

When you shop with Tabby, your payments are calculated automatically according to the payment schedule displayed during the purchase process. When you successfully complete your purchase through Tabby, you will receive an email with the payment schedule to view at any time. We will remind you of upcoming payments.
In the event that you wish to make an early payment, log in online, or download the application and choose the payment to be paid and select “Payment Options”. There are no fees for making early payments.
You can view all amounts, make payments and control your personal account by logging in online or using the Tabby application.

Follow the steps below to make the payment
1. Log in to the Tabby App or Tabby Online
2. Click on My Payments from the menu
3. Choose the order you want to pay or pay all remaining payments
4. Follow the steps shown to complete the payment and make sure that you use the correct payment information when making the payment to avoid any errors.

Are there any fees on using Tabby?
No, there are no additional fees or interest charged to use Tabby's "Buy Now, Pay Later" service. Tabby allows customers to pay for their purchases in installments without any interest or fees. However, in the case of overdue payments, a collection fee will be applicable for customers in the markets of UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Qatar.

As for customers in KSA, starting 16 December 2023, there will be no more collection fees imposed on Tabby orders.

Why was my purchase not approved by Tabby?
Tabby does not approve 100% of all orders as we are committed to supporting responsible shopping habits. We understand that it can be frustrating to be declined for purchase after being approved in the past. Tabby uses different factors to determine whether orders are approved and your spending limit may vary based on the store where you are shopping. Our Customer Service team is not able to change the automated outcome of the approval decision.

How can I increase my chances of getting approved?
• A good payment history with Tabby can improve your chances of being approved for more purchases as well as how long you've been using Tabby to shop.
• If you have negative balances on unpaid purchases, it might help to pay them off to possibly increase your approval chances.
• The total amount in the shopping cart may be too high, so try to remove an item(s) and try again.
• Make sure you have only one Tabby account created.

Every time you use Tabby we are making a new decision. If your purchase was declined previously that does not mean that your future purchases will continue to do so. You can always try paying with Tabby again.

What's my credit limit and how much can I spend with Tabby
There is no set limit for how many purchases you can place using Tabby. However, the approval decision when shopping with Tabby can depend on the following:
• Your payment history with Tabby
• Your remaining balance and unpaid orders with Tabby
• The purchase amount of your shopping basket
• Other factors to determine approvals which we’re unable to reveal due to security reasons

Why my balance is locked?
You may be not able to shop more with Tabby for any one of the following reasons:
1. If you have made your first purchase with Tabby, and still haven't paid for it. As soon as you have made payment for your first purchase, you will be able to unlock your credit limit with Tabby and you'll be able to make additional purchases using this limit.
2. If you already have a credit limit, but it is not sufficient to cover your new purchase. You may want to try making a smaller purchase.
3. If you have overdue payments, you will not be able to spend more until you have paid for them.

I want to cancel my order. What do I do?
If you would like to return or cancel your order, please contact the store where you made your purchase directly. Your payment, if any, will still go through unless the store informs us otherwise.

To note, any payments made to tabby will be directly refunded to your card once the store accepts your return.

I don’t recognize the charge or transaction attempt, what should I do?
If you come across an email or notice a charge or a transaction attempt associated with your Tabby account or card, that you don't recognize, please report the matter to us.

Before reporting a charge as unauthorized, please take the following steps to ensure it is indeed unauthorized:
• Verify that you are the only person in your household who has used your account for shopping.
• Confirm that you did not unintentionally select Tabby as a payment option during checkout on a store's website.
• Check your emails for any order confirmation or messages from Tabby around the date of the purchase.
• Consider whether it could be a charge for a previous order that was billed separately (if applicable).
• Determine if it might be a temporary authorization hold for a pending purchase (if applicable).
If after considering these factors you still do not recognize the Tabby purchase, you may be a victim of identity theft, hence please report it directly to us through the app or by contacting our customer service.

How do I make a return?
All refunds will be issued according to the store’s policy for returns and cancellations. Once the store has registered your return or cancellation with Tabby, your refund will be processed.
If you receive the refund in a form of credit at the store, Tabby will continue to bill you for upcoming payments.

How can I get a refund for a cancelled order?
Please contact the store you bought your items from to request a return or refund. They will let you know if a return is possible and will inform you of the refund amount, based on their own return policy.
After your store processes your return, your refund will be reflected in your tabby account.
- If you haven't paid for the order yet, we will simply deduct the amount of the returned items from any upcoming payments you may have.
- If you have already paid for the returned items, your payment will be refunded to the card you had previously used. Depending on your bank, it may take up to 20 days for the funds to appear on your card.

How and when will I receive my refund?
Refunds are made according to the store's return and cancellation policy. The amounts are processed as soon as the store registers the request for return or cancellation and Tabby begins the process of returning the funds to you.

Here's what you can expect from the recovery process with Tabby:
In case the refund amount is less than the remaining amounts, the remaining amounts will be adjusted accordingly.
In case that the refund amount is greater than the remaining amounts, the remaining payments will be canceled and the remaining amount will be refunded accordingly.

How long does a refund take?
In the KSA, the amount is returned to the card used for the payment process. This will show up on your balance within 2 – 5 days, but could take longer depending on your bank.

Where is my refund?
After the store processes your return, the refund will appear on your Tabby account.
To see the status of your refund:
1. Sign into your Tabby account.
2. Select the order you returned.
3. Your refund will show up there.