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  • HNWIs are using BNPL out of choice for aspirational buys
  • HNWIs are using BNPL out of choice for aspirational buys
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HNWIs are using BNPL out of choice for aspirational buys

'Buy now, pay later' schemes have been demonised, accused of damaging credit scores by encouraging instant gratification. They’re often associated with fast fashion consumers who spend beyond their means, but a survey has revealed HNWIs are prominent users – for luxury purchases, too.

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