Payright, another buy now, pay later service provider, is up and running covering purchases of up to $20,000 for terms of up to 36 months

Payright, another buy now, pay later service provider, is up and running covering purchases of up to $20,000 for terms of up to 36 months

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Takes a while to find... but for anyone wondering, from the payright nz faq's on the fees:
When you make a purchase, Payright will open an account for you. The establishment fee is dependant on the term and starts from $0 for 2mths and up to $59.90 for longer terms. This fee is added to the loan amount and is payable over the loan term. There is also a monthly account keeping fee of $3.50, which is a charged (pro-rata) with each repayment and a $2.95 payment processing fee which is also added to each repayment. This information will be outlined for you in a credit schedule and the Fees page on the Payright website.

Yay!!! More debt!!! Just what we needed....