Would you credit it? Most pay with cash or cheques

December 2002
Cabinet Maker;12/27/2002, Issue 5319, p25
Trade Publication
Discusses a study conducted by the magazine 'Cabinet Maker' about British consumers' preferred method of payment when buying furniture. Finding that customers prefer to pay for their purchases by cash or check; Influence of credit on shoppers; Tendency of large retailers to use finance as a more integral part of the sales proposition to the customer. INSET: In focus.


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