Leave a legacy.

Pay your way

By: jody23011 | 09-03-2019 01:09

allow bad credited wannabe customers the chance to still buy a new or used phone from giffgaff by paying upfront for what they are wanting to purchase from you but can't due to bad or no credit history

But not only buy upfront but be allowed to make whatever payment they can afford that week or month as long as they understand what the cost is of the purchase and that the full price agreed is paid in full within the time given ie ( customer has 6 months to pay full purchase agreed or they for fit any money's already made if full balance is not met by time agreed upon the credit agreement made ) or 12 month agreements for newer or more expensive handsets

Obviously within the agreement there will be no interest added or charges if they miss payment .they just plain and simply pay in full within agreed time or lose purchase and all money already paid if not completed / paid in full within time set or agreed by customer

Comments

by: mcilwraith
on: 22-05-2019 21:10

wouldn`t these supposed buyers not be better off simply saving for a phone

by: foolish
on: 24-05-2019 10:21

Anyone can pay up front already and if someone needs to save for a phone then try to do it somewhere that gives some interest

by: extreme_one
on: 18-05-2019 08:11

The administration would be a nightmare for giffgaff, with very little benefit.

People that can't get credit could just buy a piggybank and save for the phone they want.

by: broxiebear
on: 19-08-2019 06:29

a little help goes a long way.

by: erzse49
on: 23-07-2019 11:33

I like this idea

by: frommoon
on: 30-06-2019 18:34

Sounds ok. Got vote from me.

by: starkey93
on: 29-06-2019 19:21

Not. For. Me

by: helen_starkey
on: 29-06-2019 18:36

i like this

by: gloriousiam
on: 25-06-2019 21:27

Yes there should be some flexibility for bad credit history to enjoy with latest tech.

by: rathony34
on: 23-06-2019 13:38

this should be done now, it's not fair that people who have a bad credit score can't get phones and have to pay over the odds for it.

make it fairer.