Think of the cost before you sign up to in-store credit

In-store credit is convenient, but with some offers you could face rates of up to 29.5 per cent if you don’t pay for the goods within the agreed period.

22nd September, 2007

In-store credit is convenient, but with some offers you could face rates of up to 29.5 per cent if you don’t pay for the goods within the agreed period.

A shiny new car, top-of-the range television or contemporary leather sofa might be beyond your budget, but many retailers now offer credit options which can put your acquisitive dreams within reach.

In-store credit can, however, prove more costly than standard credit options, such as personal...

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