Black Friday is one of the most fun days of the year for shoppers, but it can also be a trap that drains your bank account. Even though you will find bargains everywhere you turn, retailers love to lure people into illusions of good deals. By being alert and using an online cash advance, you can avoid buyer’s remorse. Follow these tips for a better shopping experience.
While Supplies Last
A clever trick used by stores are to broadcast a warning “while supplies last” sign, chances are, it’s not a limited item and there are many other units stored in the back. Don’t feel rushed by this false alert. Stores do it to accelerate the sales.
The Fine Print
Whenever you use credit, especially an online cash advance, be very careful about the terms, which could rope you into a long-term deal or hidden costs that don’t appear on the surface.
Many times sales are designed to unload inventory that otherwise is hard to sell. When buying food items, be sure to check the expiration dates. For cheap electronic devices make sure you understand the features that are included since there’s a good chance there will be fewer features than you expect.
Store Layout Strategy
Retailers purposely put cheaper products in the back of the store and more expensive items upfront. If you already understand this technique before you enter the store, you will be less likely influenced to buy something expensive that you originally weren’t looking for.
Bait and Switch
One of the most classic store gimmicks is luring people in with big discounts posted on the windows then when you go to buy the product the deal changes such as the product is out of stock. So, they try to upsell a different product to you.
Kimmy Burgess is the Manager of Cash in a Snap, which helps clients get connected to its large network of reputed lenders to obtain quick cash advances when they need it most. Kimmy has over 20+ years’ experience in Administrative Management, with many years in the lending industry. Her expertise includes customer service, client services and other functions in the payday lending business. She has also spent time in the mortgage industry prior to her move into the payday lending field. Kimmy has a number of pets including cats, birds, and a Chinese water dragon.