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As Australia’s buy now pay later (BNPL) bill races towards $1 billion, driven by the popularity of services like AfterPay and ZipPay, research commissioned by Which-50 paints a picture of growing impulsivity — especially by younger consumers — and raises some questions about the sustainability of the model. According to

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Buy now, pay later platforms are still booming with new research from Roy Morgan showing in the past 12 months 1.59 million Australians are using platforms like Afterpay and Zip. The report, Digital Payment Solutions Currency Report showed more than 40 per cent of those using buy now, pay later

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Buy now, pay later platforms have welcomed a final report into the credit and financial services sector that was handed down late Friday afternoon. The senate inquiry made a number for recommendations to companies like Afterpay, Zip Pay and FlexiGroup, but none of those recommendations included expensive credit checks for

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The Australian and Security Exchange Commission is looking into why the share prices of buy now, pay later platforms Afterpay, Zip and Flexigroup plummeted on Wednesday morning. The market volatility occured two days before a senate committee examining the buy now, pay later sector hands down its final report. According