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1. He bought the furniture on credit.
2. We bought the dishwasher on credit.
3. 56 per cent of new cars were bought on credit.
4. There is a 2% surcharge on credit card users.
5. This story illustrates the dangers of living on credit.
6. They decided to buy the car on credit.
7. I bought it on credit.
8. We bought the furniture on credit.
9. Interest is payable on credit balances.
10. The family was forced to live on credit from local merchants.
11. We bought a new stove on credit.
12. Bankers slammed Congress' plans to cap interest rates on credit cards.
13. Background Borrowing or buying on credit tends to he seen in quite a different light from other consumer transactions.
14. The financial information on credit reports, such as bank accounts and loans, is tightly regulated.
15. Many local industrialists rely on credit from international loan agencies, others import essential supplies and the majority import essential equipment.
16. The government's debt, incurred buying energy supplies on credit, was rising, according to Godmanis.
17. It does not deter firms from supplying on credit, and there is always insurance cover to fall back on.
18. If they buy on credit are they likely to encounter difficulties in repaying the loan?
19. A year later unpaid bills amounted to ￡590 on credit sales of ￡1,300.
20. Cutting back on credit is absolutely essential to your financial well-being - and avoid keeping all your money in one place.
21. They struck a deal with their paper supplier, getting two years of newsprint on credit.
22. If you can't afford to pay cash, buy the furniture on credit.
23. You can ask a dealer for a discount whether you pay cash or buy on credit.
24. At security checkpoints, the metal detection machines were set so high that magnetic strips on credit cards could set them off.sentencedict.com/on credit.html
25. If the factor will not accept the account, then the firm will not allow the customer to buy on credit terms.
26. There is also the question of whether to buy on credit or to pay cash.
27. And there was virtually no sign of people paying cash when they would really have preferred to buy on credit.
28. If we want anything, all we have to do is go and buy it on credit.
29. The situation could worsen this year as the government continues to clamp down on credit.
30. Terms Gordon Wright Publishing of Edinburgh has increased its minimum order on credit invoice to 25 retail value.
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