Pay Weekly on Mens Clothing

Littlewoods, Marshallward, Oli, Gratten, AdditionsDirect, Bargaincrazy, CrazyClearance are some of the stores that sell men’s clothes in the UK on a weekly installment basis. There are plenty of options you have on how to make payments. You can make them through your account that you will have to create at the time of purchase, through telephone banking, by debit or credit card or simply by cheque. You can take your payment slip to the local post office or to the bank as a credit form and pay by cash. It is advisable that customers not send any cash by post for safety reasons.

Just like any other item that you might purchase, clothes are also subject to the same penalty charges if customers fail to make a payment. The customer will then have to pay for recovery charges that the store or any other agency that the store might engage incurs.

Websites do all that they can to make sure you do not forget to make a payment so they will send you weekly statements reminding you of where you stand. You will also have to pay for additional reminders if you fall back on a payment. Ted Baker, Crazy Clearance are some websites that work on a similar basis.

The size of the collection, the minimum price at which you can avail a pay weekly option and the penalty charges levied are the only ways in which online catalogues differ. The minimum price usually ranges from £200 – 300 and the penalty charges are usually £12 – 20. All these websites have the same payment options and have similar terms and conditions as well. As these happen to be items of clothing, they do not encourage returns.