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  • Klarna prompts shoppers to rethink impulse buys
  • Klarna prompts shoppers to rethink impulse buys
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Klarna prompts shoppers to rethink impulse buys

'Buy now, pay later' schemes offer a short-term solution for shoppers in a tight spot, but some say they can also lead to credit score damage. As people navigate financial uncertainty brought on by the pandemic, a Klarna initiative is offering education instead of a 'buy buy buy' message.

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