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  • Zilch gives Gen Zers a safer 'buy now, pay later' option
  • Zilch gives Gen Zers a safer 'buy now, pay later' option
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Zilch gives Gen Zers a safer 'buy now, pay later' option

The Zilch credit card is helping young shoppers gain more experience in financial credit payments. While many Gen Yers and Zers are turning to 'buy now, pay later' schemes to help fund their shopping habits, there are calls for financial brands to help young customers stay financially responsible.

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