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Report: {Apple company} and Goldman Sachs {Are usually} Developing a Fancy {Type of} Consumer Debt

Apple is reportedly {dealing with} Goldman Sachs {to build up} a new {personal debt} scheme for customers {that’s} internally being called “Apple Pay Later.’

Apple Insider reports  that Apple is rumored to be {dealing with} Goldman Sachs to launch “Apple Pay Later,” a “buy now, pay later” payment system for Apple Pay users. Currently, {you can find} {just a few} companies {mixed up in} buy now, pay later (BNPL) market, but it’s fast {learning to be a} profitable industry as worldwide spending habits change.

The  Financial Times states that BNPL {is most beneficial} {useful for} expensive purchases. The  FT  cites the Affirm BNPL company’s partnership with Peloton to spread {the expense of} a $1,{900 {stationary bike} over {several} months {for example} of {the way the} system is {frequently} used.|900 {stationary bike} over a true {amount of} months {for example} of {the way the} system is most often used.}

The  FT  also notes that many users are taking advantage of the low initial cost to buy not one expensive item, but many cheap ones. {Around one-fifth of {the united kingdom} population has used BNPL {within the last} year,|Year around one-fifth of {the united kingdom} population has used BNPL in the last,} {with 90 percent of transactions being for footwear and fashion.}

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BNPL becomes particularly profitable {following the} initial interest-free period ends.|

BNPL becomes profitable {following the} initial interest-free period ends particularly.} The  FT reports that the Klarna BNPL service currently offers credit {around} 18.9 percent APR {whenever a} user defers payments between 6 and {3 years}. Similarly, Affirm {may charge} between {ten percent} and {30 %} APR.

Apple launched {its} {charge card}, the Apple Card, {with the promise {of earning} repayments easy and clear.|with the promise {of earning} repayments clear and easy.} {Any difficulty .} “Apple Pay Later” would {try to} do {a similar thing} while also putting products in the hands of {people that} they might not {have the ability to} afford.

Read more at Apple Insider here.

Lucas Nolan {is really a} reporter for Breitbart News covering issues of free speech and online censorship. Follow him on Twitter  @LucasNolan   or contact via secure email at the address  lucasnolan@protonmail.com

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