Currys and Littlewoods among firms banned from charging rip-off interest on store cards and catalogues

  The Sun 

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THE financial watchdog has announced a new set of rules to stop retailers from ripping off customers with expensive “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) loans. These are interest-free promotions offered by most highstreet shops including Currys, Littlewoods, AO.com and B&Q. The deals apply to to items purchased in store on credit as well as lots […]
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