the presenters are just making that up. they 'assume' people love them cause its less money to pay all at once. its like layaway but you get the product straight away.
by alexarainbird - a day ago
well then instead of for example paying 400 dollars at once they let you pay 100 dollars a month. Its actually very helpful for money management
by CC195 - a day ago
some people cant pay a big lump sum at once, so they prefer the installments. Kinda like when one uses a credit card and makes payments because one can not afford paying it all at once. Simple as A-B-C.
by winndixie - a day ago
It's psychology, sort of like 99 cents is "less than" a dollar. All their tiny consumer brains can think of is the smaller monthly amount, so it doesn't sound like such a big investment.
by G. Whilikers - a day ago
you have to have a Visa or credit card in good standing to use the service. The also run a credit check to make sure that you can pay the money back and have decent credit.
by Sandy S - a day ago
Instead of paying the full price up front they can pay it in 3 payments instead of full payment up front.
by susitamarie20 - a day ago
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