As ‘buy now, pay later' plans grow, so do delinquencies

Basketball sneakers are seen at a game, Tuesday, March 29, 2022, in Chicago. Buy now, pay later loans allow users to pay for items such as new sneakers, electronics or luxury goods in installments. (Charles Rex Arbogast, AP File)

Basketball sneakers are seen at a game, Tuesday, March 29, 2022, in Chicago. Buy now, pay later loans allow users to pay for items such as new sneakers, electronics or luxury goods in installments. (Charles Rex Arbogast, AP File)

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