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  • Gen Y prefer not to splurge on plastic
  • Gen Y prefer not to splurge on plastic
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Gen Y prefer not to splurge on plastic

Whether you need a new bike or want to get your laptop fixed, feel like a holiday or want to splurge on a luxury handbag, often, when people want what they can’t afford, credit card providers are who they turn to. But despite the hardships of graduating into a recession-hit world, Gen Y are saying no to credit.

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