Apple.com Bill me later feature

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  1. Coryt

    Coryt Newbie

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    Hi,

    I want to buy a new apple laptop with the bill me later feature but it keeps denying me and I dont know why. has anyone used this feature. also is there any other places that sell apple computers with this feature or paypal?
     
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    my guess is that you dont have good enough credit...same for the "apple loan" you need good credit to do this. if you DO have good credit, then try calling them up...
     
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    It says we are unable to authorize your transaction or something like that. All that it ask is for your last 4 digits of your ssn and your birthday.
     
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    sounds like they are doing a credit check?

    im not really sure...try calling them up and asking..
     
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    Ya the company Bill Me Later runs a little credit check because they have to have some sort of evidence that you will pay them back.
     
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    Coryt Newbie

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    Is there any other way of getting a laptop other than bill me later.
     
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    iwantamac Notebook Evangelist

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    Get a Juniper Visa card. They have interest-free financing for 3 months for any Apple purchase. Be careful though, they're very conservative about their credit lines...my mom has a credit score upwards of 720 and she only got a $3k credit limit.
     
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    i would suggest getting a chase or discover card.... they offer 12 month 0% apr and usually gives out nice credit limits....
     
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    use a credit card, or a debit card..go to the apple store (B&M shop) and pay with cash...they dont take wampum last i checked.. :)
     
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    I sold some furniture to buy my Mac. "Blah blah blah," they said. So, the furniture wasn't "mine" -- do they have Macbooks? I didn't think so.
     
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