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With a credit card you will pay for your purchases without using your account balance. Your card will be assigned a credit limit (maximum monthly amount you can spend) and at the end of the agreed settlement period (which is usually monthly) you will have to pay the amount you have used on your purchases. You can customize the repayment terms of your credit card and repay what you have spent weekly, monthly, or on a specific day that you determine (for example, every time you have 500 € available). If on the agreed date of payment, you pay the full amount of credit you have drawn down, you will not pay interest.
On the other hand, you can change the payment method of your card to deferred payment (paying only an amount of the credit drawn down (used) every month) -+ info in Deferred payment (Revolving) – or payment in installments (dividing the payment of a specific purchase in several months). In both cases you will have to pay the associated interest.
The prepaid card (also called purse card) is similar to the debit card because when paying for purchases you use your own money and not the money we lend you (as when using a credit card). But, unlike the debit card, it is not linked to a bank account. It is simply a card on which you reload money (the amount you want) and you can use it until the loaded balance runs out. You can reload the balance as many times as you want, so you can always keep a close eye on your spending.
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When making large purchases, such as furniture or cars, you can often pay in installments (“Ratenzahlung”). In this case you have to pay a certain amount every month for a certain period of time. Leasing works similarly to installment payments. Initially, the buyer pays a relatively large amount and then a monthly installment. If the buyer wants to keep the product, he then pays a relatively large final installment. Installment plan and leasing are more expensive than a normal purchase.
In some cases, banks and savings banks offer loans (“Kredit”) for large purchases. As there are various offers, you can compare prices, interest rates, etc. You can obtain information from the consumer centers (see chapter “Consumer offices”).
In Germany, fresh products such as fruit, vegetables, fish and meat are often purchased at the “Wochenmarkt”. These take place at least once a week and usually in the open air on large squares, often on Fridays or Saturdays. The date and place are usually announced in the local newspapers. Just before closing you can buy the vegetables and fruit a little cheaper or at a discount if you buy a large quantity because the seller does not want to keep the goods.
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Some of the technologies we use are necessary for basic functions such as site security and integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage data and maintenance, and for the site to function properly while you browse and during transactions.
We take intellectual property very seriously, but many of these issues can be resolved directly by the parties involved. We encourage you to contact the seller directly to politely inform them of the problem.
Week 14, Plan Covid-19, Mathematics, 5th, 6th and 7th grades EGB
If the rise of cell phones has succeeded in digitizing such everyday objects in our lives as the camera, the wristwatch, the calculator or the newspaper, it is not unreasonable to think that the same will happen with credit cards.
In fact, if we take into account the interest of some European countries in putting a stop to cash payments, everything points to the fact that this monetary revolution may also reach hard cash.
Denmark is the country that is taking the greatest steps towards the disappearance of cash. So much so that the Danish government has banned cash payments in clothing stores, gas stations and restaurants. In addition, the Danish Central Bank has decided to stop producing coins and banknotes. In other northern European countries, such as Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland, even the most ridiculously priced items are paid for by credit card and now also by cell phone.
To carry out the experiment, we are going to use a Chinese Huawei phone (without ostentation) and a Bankia account, although we could do it with any other large financial institution. BBVA, Santander, Caixabank and, since last week, ING, also offer this alternative to their customers.