Originally Posted by The Collector
Originally Posted by bigj505
It's called a credit card.
When I use my credit card I pay the full amount on the spot. I'm asking you who pays monthly on sneakers? Who gets a $100 bill on $1000 shoes every month?
Two totally different things. In no way are they similar. Hence my what's this sneaker collecting thing coming to. The homie SK8 doesn't post outside of showcase but I'm sure he could explain this better then me. I found out through him.
That's YOU and the "homie" sk8. tons of people put shoes on credit cards and pay them off over time. It's the same difference except you pay FC fees instead of your credit card. I don't see you ranting about the PayPal bill me later option either. It's the same difference and the consumer ultimately doesn't care whom he's giving the commission to whether it's FC, PayPal, a cc, a loan shark, etc.
other venues allow for payment plans ie jewelers, car lenders, banks, mortgage companies, etc.