What is Cherry?

Get treated now and pay over time with Cherry. Cherry is a payment plan designed for your health, beauty, and wellness needs and procedures and allows you to make convenient monthly payments.

3 Reasons Why You’ll Love Cherry

  1. Cherry qualifies patients for up to $10,000.00
  2. There is no hard credit check
  3. Cherry offers zero percent financing options*

*0% promo APR is subject to approval. Regular APR 9.99% – 35.99%. Down payment may be required.

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How does Cherry work?

Cherry performs a soft credit check, which does not hurt your credit score, to determine approval amounts and contract type, as well as to verify applicant identity. Cherry may ask for additional information from some borrowers in order to determine approval amounts.

Patient Requirements

  1. Patients must be at least 18 years of age
  2. Patients must have a valid bank issued debit card


At Artemedica, we want to make it easy and worry-free for you to pay for your healthcare. Which is why we've teamed up with Wellpay to offer convenient options for you to pay your medical bills. You can pay your outstanding balance in full, or also apply for a fixed interest payment plan with Affirm- with no hidden fees, no late fees, and no effect to your credit. All of this is quick online, and you don't even need to create an account on Wellpay, either.

Here's how it works

For any outstanding bills, you can expect to get a text message on your cell phone we have on file. Wellpay will text your bill link. Simply click on the bill link, login with your birthday (no account needed), and choose "Pay in Full" or "Pay with Affirm". All of this will take less than 60 seconds to login, view your bill, and pay. Wellpay is super secure, too, with bank level encryption so your data is safeguarded.

We're excited to roll this out to you, and hope that this brings the flexibility and convenience you want in paying for your healthcare. Especially for those of you who need a payment plan - take advantage of the payment options on Wellpay.

Please feel free to reach out to the Wellpay billing team for any questions you may have. You can either reply to their text message when you receive one (it's a real human from Wellpay on the other end), or you can email support@wellpay.com

Wellpay FAQ's

Q: Why are you using Wellpay?
A: Wellpay is a secure and convenient way to pay your bills. It gives us the ability to send online bills and reminders to you via text message, so that you can pay your bill quick and easy on the go. No more paper statements or mailing checks! You can also apply for 0% financing and payment plans, if you need flexibility in paying off your bill.

Q: I received a text about a bill from Wellpay, can I trust it?
A: Yes, we've partnered with Wellpay so that you can pay online in a safe and convenient way.

Q: Is Wellpay a collections agency? Am I in trouble?
A: No, Wellpay is not a collections agency, and no, you are not in trouble. We've partnered with Wellpay to give you a better way to pay your medical bills online or apply for 0% financing payment plans. It's quick and easy, and we are confident you'll like this new way to pay.

Q: Wellpay is asking for my birthday. Is it safe to enter my personal info?
A: Yes, they use this information to retrieve your bill info. Don't worry, your records are safe and secure.

Q: I received my bill from Wellpay, and I have a question about it. Whom should I contact?
A: You can reply to Wellpay's text message to chat with Wellpay directly, or you can also text/call: 877-561-9579, or email support@wellpay.com You can view more FAQ's here

Q: I want to apply for the payment plan. Will this negatively impact my credit score?
A: No. Wellpay payment plans will never negatively harm your credit score. We offer payment plans with Wellpay so that you can have more flexibility to pay over time.

Q: What's the catch with the payment plan? What about the hidden fees?
A: No catch, no hidden or late fees, ever. Really. We just want to make it easier for you to pay over time, if you need the flexibility. (And no judgement if you do, either.) You can learn more about Affirm here.