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Paying by credit card Buenas noches! quisiera saber qué te preguntan cuanto quieres pagar con tarjeta de crédito en países de habla inglesa, por ejemplo ¿Cómo dicen "En cuántas cuotas quieres pagar" en inglés? how many installments? es correcto? nunca viaje al exterior y tampoco aparece en los libros. Desde ya muchas gracias.
Jun 10, 2019 2:23 AM
Answers · 5
En el Reino Unido no hay el sistema de cuotas. Simplemente te piden que ingreses la targetas y que pongas la clave. Aquí se usa mucho el sistema de contacto (contactless en inglés) para transacciones pequeñas así que muchas veces ni siquiera te piden esto.
June 10, 2019
I can't say about other countries, but here in New Zealand at least, it is very unusual to make down-payments or lay-buy with a credit card. If you need credit, the store will often arrange that, but with a finance company, rather than with a credit card.
June 10, 2019
Thanks to all of you for taking the time to answer my question. I've learned something new. I hope you have an excellent day!
June 10, 2019
"In how many instalments can I pay this?"
June 10, 2019
Hi Elizabeth, If I understand your question correctly, yes, "How many installments?" is the correct way to ask when paying for a large purchase by credit card. See below for an example. A: Ok, that will be $1,500.00 B: Do I need to pay the entire amount up front, or can I pay in monthly installments? A: We offer a payment plan, yes. B: How many installments? A: You can pay over a period of XX months, which would leave your payments at $xx.xx per month. Does that sound good? B: Yes, that will work perfectly. Thank you.
June 10, 2019
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