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20 hours ago, ThomasRMorrison said:

Sezzle? To good to be true?

 

I think so. All these articles are from 2020. That's pretty recent, yet I've never heard of Sezzle.

 

If you go to the Sezzle website there are links to "Popular Stores" so I selected the first one: Target. I placed some items in a cart and went to checkout - where the payment options are Target Gift Card, Credit Card, PayPal & Affirm. No Sezzle in sight. 

 

I don't think there's much sizzle in Sezzle!

 

Ha🤣 ha🤣 ha🤣 !! OK, OK, it's not that funny. But I couldn't resist. 

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I think so. All these articles are from 2020. That's pretty recent, yet I've never heard of Sezzle.
 
If you go to the Sezzle website there are links to "Popular Stores" so I selected the first one: Target. I placed some items in a cart and went to checkout - where the payment options are Target Gift Card, Credit Card, PayPal & Affirm. No Sezzle in sight. 
 
I don't think there's much sizzle in Sezzle!
 
Ha ha ha !! OK, OK, it's not that funny. But I couldn't resist. 


I think CV has stated that Sezzle is only on kiddie porn sites.

It's a typical fintech. Just a floating turd for investors to lose money on.


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7 hours ago, ThomasRMorrison said:

I tried Sezzle for a $25 purchase, got turned down, have no reason given but it must be something about my IP address, I'm guessing here because there was no reason to get a turndown.

 

Have you used any of the other BNPL services? 

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On 10/25/2021 at 6:52 AM, ThomasRMorrison said:

I tried Sezzle for a $25 purchase, got turned down, have no reason given but it must be something about my IP address, I'm guessing here because there was no reason to get a turndown.

 

You know, on second thought, $25 might be too low. I think there is a minimum amount that BNPL's will accept to be split into multiple payments. That could be why you got turned down - underspending. 

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On 10/26/2021 at 3:49 PM, racer7949 said:

 

You know, on second thought, $25 might be too low. I think there is a minimum amount that BNPL's will accept to be split into multiple payments. That could be why you got turned down - underspending. 

Could be. 

  • First-time shoppers are often approved for initial purchases of around $50-$100.  "
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