What the proposed buy now, pay later regulations mean for Aussie retail

What the incoming BNPL regulations mean for Aussie retail. Bigstock
What the incoming BNPL regulations mean for Aussie retail. Bigstock
Many retailers have become accustomed to using Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) services to capture customer spend, with the option being particularly popular among younger Australians who are bearing the brunt of cost of living pressures. But, with the federal government set to introduce regulation by placing BNPL providers under the Credit Act, retailers and providers will have to navigate new conditions to abide by the new framework. Expected to be introduced in the coming months, BNPL

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