How efficient is the Apple "Pay Monthly" on a Macbook ?

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  1. ShizerMonkey

    ShizerMonkey Banned

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    Hi I was just wondering has anyone ever used the "Pay Monthly" Sceem for a Macbook ? Because Im looking for a Macbook and dont have enough cash to get one up front

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    So was just asking for advice, so im open to anything helpful

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    Thanks AC
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    I think they might charge interest, so at the end, you'll be paying more.
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    Just sum it up, not that hard.
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    ShizerMonkey Banned

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    Damn I was hopeing their wouldnt be much interest !
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    Well say you get cheapest whitebook refurbished, and at 3% of 750 it's about $23ish per month plus interest.
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    Intrest is insane with apples card, but, if you pay it off in under 12 months your good. Like a bestbuy card or any other store card, high intrest, but they usually give you 12 months intrest free.

    Just make sure you pay it off in 12 months. They pile all the intrest that would have acumulated over that 12 months on to any bill past that 12. So you will have a HUGE bill if you dont pay it off in 12.

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