Toner Cartridge Purchases Can Rack Up Interest Advises Money Group
Companies and consumers looking to invest in toner cartridges or even entire printing setups over the Christmas and New Year period should not forget the interest that will be due.
That's the advice from Moneyfacts.co.uk in and around Christmas time which has claimed that interest can often sneak up on people once the purchase has gone through.
However to avoid a bleak New Year, consumers should always make sure they can afford both the product itself and the added interest if they plan on putting it on a credit card.
Rachel Springall, spokeswoman from Moneyfacts.co.uk, said: "Customers who spend on credit over the Christmas period need to ensure they are aware of the interest they can incur from their purchases.
"Shoppers could utilise one of the many cashback cards in the market."
Moneyfacts Group aims to provide accurate, independent financial information in an accessible format through financial releases and independent price comparison.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.