Buying on Credit

When you buy “on credit”, you buy now and pay later. This can range from taking out a loan for a new car to using a credit card to buy groceries. Your rights can differ in important ways depending on how you buy on credit.

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People's Law School
produced in
2017
last reviewed
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resource type
basics
tags
buying consumer goods, loans, security agreement, missed payments, seize or sue, seizing property, debtor's rights & options, credit cards, lost or stolen credit card, unsolicited credit card, debit card, credit rating, personal credit report, Dial-A-Law