We support a number of ways you can pay for Keto Chow: credit card, PayPal, cryptocurrency (bitcoin, etc…), and now there’s a new method we recently added called Tensile.
Tensile is rather new on the payment processing scene, but it’s a bit like using Venmo or PayPal.
Because of the way that payments are handled, Tensile charges WAY less than any other payment processor. People will often ask us if there’s a payment method that costs Keto Chow less; aside from paying with bitcoin, Tensile is the least expensive by far. It’s so much less expensive that we’re looking for ways to incentivize our customers to use it over credit cards (which is still fine if that’s what you prefer!). There are some technical challenges to offering a discount or more rewards program credits based on the payment method, but in the meantime, we got this:
There are two ways to enter the giveaway:
*Technically it’s 105 meals of Keto Chow since the winner will get to pick five of the bulk meal bags (a $450 value!).