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BNPL - July 2010 @ Littlewoods

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
General theme on here about Littewoods lately seems to be "Buy Now Pay Dearly Later"...
#2
I always liked the BNPL deals. I've been with littlewoods for years, formerly the catalogue I was with was Janet Fraser. Now they've changed it so its not interest free but you pay a whopping 29.9% apr in interest.
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adgloride
I always liked the BNPL deals. I've been with littlewoods for years, formerly the catalogue I was with was Janet Fraser. Now they've changed it so its not interest free but you pay a whopping 29.9% apr in interest.


Try 60% intrest

try it for you self add a item with 104 weeks has they tell you and then add the code
#4
Yes I have noticed you cant BNPL without interest, I have been with them for over 10 yrs and find this shocking, as the interest is already on the item before you buy it... ie... I have jusy bought a washing machine from Comet for 299 but in the littlewoods catalogu its 349, so its a rip off and I will no longer be buying big items from them any more, well not untill my current items are paid for lol it was always good to BNPL if you already had items that needed paying for you could just carry your next item you orderd forward without the worry of your monthly payment getting too high.
#5
TripleHHH
Try 60% intrest

try it for you self add a item with 104 weeks has they tell you and then add the code


yes I have just tried it on an item costing £109 with the interest it would be £183.... thats 60%!!! interest..... SHOCKING!!!!

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