Appliances on Finance – Cookers, Fridges, Washing Machines

Many household appliances on sale today offer convenience and abilities that would have been science fictions just a few years ago, but often the prices reflect on their specification with products ranging from hundreds to even thousands of pounds! Paying upfront for expensive items like dishwashers and fridge-freezers is sometimes not an option for many families today in these harsh economic climes, but the Buy Now Pay Later schemes offered by many catalogue companies both on and offline gives the flexibility to buy the things you want right now, then pay for them up to 12 months later! The various catalogues all have their own versions of Buy Now Pay Later offering flexible payment options such as pay weekly or by direct debit on all major household appliances from leading manufacturers including Bosch, Smeg, Neff, Miele and Stoves.

Buy Now Pay Later simply means purchasing a product but not paying anything for it until an agreed date up to 12 months in the future. Unlike finance, Buy Now Pay Later is generally interest free so is perfect for those on a tight budget. Taking advantage of Buy Now Pay Later is easy, with most catalogues having a button next the products online. For example with Gimmitech all you need to do is shop as you normally would online, then when you complete the checkout stage, just select “Buy Now Pay Later” as your payment option, that’s it! However, it is important to note that most, if not all, catalogue companies will carry out credit checks before they deliver the order to you.

Companies like which are catalogue stores offering the latest technology and products have to be sure that customers have the ability to actually to purchase the items at the end of the deferment period. So part of the Buy Now Pay Later process, is to run a credit check on all individuals applying for credit. There are no hidden costs with the Buy Now Pay Later, the price you see at checkout is the price you pay at the end of the period with no added charges (unless the item is not paid in full at the end of the period). However most catalogue companies will allow you to spread to the cost even further than the the Buy Now Pay Later period by using a shopping account, but there will of course be interest payable if you take this option.