More than 17 million have used buy now, pay later services

But many charities want action to be taken sooner, arguing that many consumers could be pushed into borrowing more than they can afford this Christmas. Debt charity Christians Against Poverty recognises BNPL can be “attractive”, especially at Christmas, but it worries users could lose track of spending.


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