"Just Afterpay It, Yo!" The Australian Finance Podcast Tackles BNPL Apps | Rask | [HD] finance podcast

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Just “Afterpay it, yo!”

In this week’s Australian Finance Podcast episode Kate plays both sides of the Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) debate and Owen offers a (very poor) overview of each of the major BNPL apps that are available in Australia.

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ozhandles 2478 11/03/2022 - 4:13 Chiều

Interesting perspectives. Afterpay has helped reduce the number of credit cards in Oz by 1.5M so I’d argue that the ‘gateway drug’ argument is a furphy

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