If you are shopping using credit this festive season you'll end up paying more than the advertised price

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Illustration photo by Getty images.
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This year, Black Friday was on 26 November. As has been the trend for the last few years, many retailers have already started offering discounts on goods since the beginning of the month.

Last year (2020), many South Africans took to social media to lament their dissatisfaction with what many termed “Black Friday scams.”

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