no more buy now, pay laterFebruary 5 2010 at 10:25 AM
Not sure where this 'rule' came from but I saw a Rooms To Go commercial where they declared a last time chance to take advantage of a no payments 'til 2012 deal ending on Presidents Day. I thought it was advertising. Then I opened a letter from Lowe's announcing that they would no longer offer those deals either (nice to use a grill for a year before I had to pay for it).
Was this congress, executive order or treasury department 'regulations'?
WAS THIS A PART OF THE HOUSING BUBBLE? If not, why step in?
- too many customers were taking advantage of the never pay it regardless option - Anonymous on Feb 5, 10:55 AM
- Re: too many customers were taking advantage of the never pay it regardless option - Anonymous on Feb 5, 2:01 PM
- sort of like those cedit consolidation comercials - Anonymous on Feb 5, 3:29 PM
- yeah, but - Anonymous on Feb 8, 10:58 AM
- Re: no more buy now, pay later - Anonymous on Feb 5, 11:48 AM
- NO, it is because corporations are expecting huge inflation in the near future - Anonymous on Feb 5, 8:52 PM
- Maybe. Maybe not. - Anonymous on Feb 7, 10:07 AM
- You too qualify for a credit card bailout. - Anonymous on Feb 5, 11:58 PM
- How about STOP BUYING OVER YOUR INCOME?? - Anonymous on Feb 6, 9:09 AM
- Used zero interest - no payment many times - Anonymous on Feb 6, 7:04 PM
- Dems living large - anon on Feb 7, 12:47 PM