Where Is Klarna Corporate office Headquarters

Klarna Headquarters Address and Contact

Klarna

  • Address: 629 N High St, Columbus, OH 43215, United States

  • Phone Number: +18445527621 

  • Email:
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  • Number of Employees: 10000+

  • Established: 2005

  • Founder: Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Niklas Adalberth, Victor Jacobsson 

  • Key People: Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Chief Executive Officer

Klarna Headquarters Location & Directions

Klarna Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Sebastian Siemiatkowski

Chief Executive Officer

Michael Moritz

chairman

Klarna, History and Headquarters Information

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Klarna Company Resources

  • Holly Rickabaugh says:

    I need to talk to somebody about a purchase that is defective merchandise and fraud and possibly from a sweatshop somewhere I could never return the merchandise the merchant cannot find me with your account number I need this reported ASAP. I’ve been trying to deal with Klarna they keep denying me at your phone number this is adjust and I need something done. It clearly states that you have the peoples back in case of these situations I have emails and all documentation of proof.

  • Francie Belote says:

    Francie Belote
    Dear Ms. Kelsy, I realize that your company must have guidelines and along with your guidelines, there needs to be some common sense and a human factor. As a previous retired insurance agent of 26 years asnd two agencies, I can understand the guidelines. As a consumer I do not. I had some medical issues and am now restablishing my credit. As you can see, over the last 6 months that I have spent cloose to $3400 through the Klarna app, have ALWAYS paid on time, and most often paid off my debt to Klarna early. I did a one-time card just to see what I would be offered and I was appalled, but did it anyway to show good intentions, though I could have just paid it in full. It’s unfortunate that Klarna doesn’t base at least 90% of their purchase power on the customer’s payment history over at least a 6 month period. I am disappointed in Klarna and most likley will no longer be using the app to purchase, as I use another app as well without lowered purchase power and am allow to pay over 6 payments. I am also fully aware that it is irrelevant to Klarna as to wether or not I use their services, as I am just a drop in the bucket to them. I am positive that absolutley nothing will come of my response to you which will make a statement. I appreciate your computer generated, I could careless, but quick response to my most likely, land on deaf ears concerns. Sincerely, Ms. Belote (not Francie, unprofessional)
    Wed, Nov 2 at 1:06 PM

    Francie Belote
    To:
    Klarna

    Wed, Nov 2 at 1:06 PM

    Dear Ms. Kelsy,

    I realize that your company must have guidelines and along with your guidelines, there needs to be some common sense and a human factor.
    As a previous retired insurance agent of 26 years asnd two agencies, I can understand the guidelines. As a consumer I do not.

    I had some medical issues and am now restablishing my credit. As you can see, over the last 6 months that I have spent cloose to $3400 through the Klarna app, have ALWAYS paid on time, and most often paid off my debt to Klarna early. I did a one-time card just to see what
    I would be offered and I was appalled, but did it anyway to show good intentions, though I could have just paid it in full.

    It’s unfortunate that Klarna doesn’t base at least 90% of their purchase power on the customer’s payment history over at least a 6 month period. I am disappointed in Klarna and most likley will no longer be using the app to purchase, as I use another app as well without lowered purchase power and am allow to pay over 6 payments. I am also fully aware that it is irrelevant to Klarna as to wether or not I use their services, as I am just a drop in the bucket to them.

    I am positive that absolutley nothing will come of my response to you which will make a statement. I appreciate your computer generated, I could careless, but quick response to my most likely, land on deaf ears concerns.

    Sincerely,

    Ms. Belote (not Francie, unprofessional)

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