Pay Over Time with Shop Pay Installments

Financing with Shop Pay Installments is simple. Make monthly payments on your police scanner with no hidden fees.

Step 1: Add Items to Cart

Choose Shop Pay as your payment method in cart.

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Step 2: Log in or Create Account

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Step 3: Finalize Order Details, Choose 'Continue to payment plans'

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Step 4: Choose your plan

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Step 5: Complete Purchase 

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Step 6: Get your Awesome Scanner!


Does checking my eligibility affect my credit score?

No - checking your eligibility won't affect your credit score.

Does Shop Pay charge interest and fees?

We don’t charge any fees. That means no late fees, no pre-payment fees, no annual fees, and no fees to open or close your account. Depending on the size of your purchase and where you’re shopping, your payment plan may include interest. You’ll never owe more interest than you agree to on day one—so you always know exactly what you’re getting into.

Will Shop Pay affect my credit score?

Creating an Shop Pay account and seeing if you prequalify will not affect your credit score. If you decide to buy with Shop Pay, the following actions may affect your credit score: making a purchase with Shop Pay, your payment history with Shop Pay, how much credit you've used, and how long you’ve had credit.

What does it mean to prequalify?

When you prequalify, you get an estimate of how much you can spend with Shop Pay. You don’t have to use the full amount, and you’re not on the hook to pay anything back until you actually make a purchase.

What is Shop Pay?

Shop Pay is a part of Shopify, a publicly traded software company. Basically, they are a means for which for small e-commerce companies, like us, are able to offer credit/financing.


Rates from 0%-36% APR. Payment options through Shop Pay Installments, are subject to an eligibility check and are provided by these lending partners: Options depend on your purchase amount, and a down payment may be required. State notices to consumers