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"Buy now, pay later": Consumer watchdogs warn of point-of-sale lending

Several tech companies, including Affirm, Afterpay, and Klarna, are offering point-of-sale loans (or instant installment plans) as an alternative to credit cards in online shopping. But consumer..
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"Buy now, pay later": Old-fashioned loan-sharking with a Silicon Valley smile?

Tech companies like Affirm, Afterpay and Klarna are offering instant installment plans as an alternative to credit cards
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"Buy now, pay later": Consumer watchdogs warn of point-of-sale lending  05:38

Several tech companies, including Affirm, Afterpay, and Klarna, are offering point-of-sale loans (or instant installment plans) as an alternative to credit cards in online shopping. But consumer..

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Facial recognition comes to fast food ordering [Video]Facial recognition comes to fast food ordering  00:48

A new BurgerFi restaurant in Kissimmee is using facial recognition technology to help customers place orders. The self-order kiosks have an optional feature to store facial geometry data and use it to..

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Amazon looks to airports for expansion [Video]Amazon looks to airports for expansion  00:46

Amazon.com is looking at bringing its futuristic checkout-free store format to airports in an effort to win business from hungry, time-pressed travelers, according to public records. Tamara Lindstrom..

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Cyber Security Firm Warns Gamers of Online Criminals Stealing Personal Data [Video]Cyber Security Firm Warns Gamers of Online Criminals Stealing Personal Data  01:13

Online gaming can be fun and is sometimes a good way to meet people from all over the globe. Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

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Sales Made With Airline Credit Cards On The Rise [Video]Sales Made With Airline Credit Cards On The Rise  01:40

Matt Petrillo reports.

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These Millennials Figured Out a Way to Protect Your Debit Card [Video]These Millennials Figured Out a Way to Protect Your Debit Card  01:39

While 94% of millennials use online banking, only 63% own credit cards, which protect against fraud.

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Credit card shake-up to leave Christmas shoppers vulnerable

Much tougher responsible lending rules will apply to applications for credit cards from the start of next year.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ANZ to cut off problem gamblers' credit

ANZ has changed the terms and conditions for its credit cards to create 'speed bumps' to make it more difficult for problem gamblers to get into trouble.
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Credit card payments extended to Sydney's trains, but users miss out on Opal benefits

Passengers using their credit cards will pay the equivalent of standard distance-based fares but won't be entitled to the same benefits as those using Opal.
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Benefits for some from using credit cards

About 40 per cent of Australians with credit cards get a monetary benefit from them, while 30 per cent break even and the remainder make a loss, a study says.
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Almost a third of credit card holders lose

About 40 per cent of Australians with credit cards get a monetary benefit from them, while 30 per cent break even and the remainder make a loss, a study says.
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A hair straightener, a cross trainer, $2 million: a very Sydney crime

Fraudulently obtained credit cards and bank loans allegedly funded hair straighteners, luxury cars and designer makeup for five alleged Sydney fraudsters.
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Proposal for $10 Opal card fee to push contactless payments ruled out

Leaked documents show transport officials considered a $10 charge for new Opal cards under plans to get people to pay using credit cards and mobile phones.
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Two charged after jewellery, credit cards, keys recovered

A man and woman have been charged following an alleged Bonython break-in and Mawson burglary.
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Change to way credit cards are assessed

ASIC has set a three-year period to be used by banks when assessing applications for credit cards or increased limits.
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