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0% or credit card?? HELP

lnjk Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
I am about to buy a large amount of furniture, now I have the
option of 12 months 0% or should I pay by my credit card.

Have I any come back if the goods are not upto standard if I take 0%?

Many Thanks for any help
lnjk Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
If the credit card isnt 0% , do the maths.:thumbsup:
#2
transit
If the credit card isnt 0% , do the maths.:thumbsup:


as i asked above if i have a problem with the transaction will 0% cover me as much as credit card?
#3
lnjk
as i asked above if i have a problem with the transaction will 0% cover me as much as credit card?


i dont mind paying by my credit card as it is just to get my tesco points but i would rather have 0% as i will not noitice it coming off every month
#4
lnjk
as i asked above if i have a problem with the transaction will 0% cover me as much as credit card?


Youre always going to be entitled to return faulty goods from any reputable furniture retailer, i'm assuming you have seen the goods and not considering an online purchase?
#5
transit
Youre always going to be entitled to return faulty goods from any reputable furniture retailer, i'm assuming you have seen the goods and not considering an online purchase?


no this is an online store
#6
lnjk
no this is an online store


You will have exactly the same cover.

The fact it is online gives you further initial cover as you will be covered by the distance selling regulations act.
#7
lnjk
no this is an online store


Personally i wouldnt buy a large amount of furniture from an online store, i'm assuming it will be flat packed and that always brings problems due to the amount of throwing about it gets before it reaches you.
#8
interest free which ever you decided
as long as you pay off before they start charging you
#9
transit
Personally i wouldnt buy a large amount of furniture from an online store, i'm assuming it will be flat packed and that always brings problems due to the amount of throwing about it gets before it reaches you.


This stuff is not flat packed and solid oak. The merchant is oakfurnitureland i didnt really want to start a topic as their seems to be enought about them but i really want the furnture they sell.

This may make it clearer why i am asking about cover as lots of complaints re furniture being damaged on arrival and to get it replaced/repaired but their are also lots of good comments so it is a chance i take but just wanted to make sure as I know I can get tte credit card involved if they fail to suupply me with decent goods but am not sure about the 0% option??
#10
lnjk
This stuff is not flat packed and solid oak. The merchant is oakfurnitureland i didnt really want to start a topic as their seems to be enought about them but i really want the furnture they sell.

This may make it clearer why i am asking about cover as lots of complaints re furniture being damaged on arrival and to get it replaced/repaired but their are also lots of good comments so it is a chance i take but just wanted to make sure as I know I can get tte credit card involved if they fail to suupply me with decent goods but am not sure about the 0% option??


Oh i see, well looking at an above post stating made to order furniture is covered by dsa , i'd pay with your cc for piece of mind.

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