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  • Bad Credit History? No Problem - Top 22 Home Shopping Credit Catalogues
  • Tracy Freese
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Bad Credit History? No Problem - Top 22 Home Shopping Credit Catalogues
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The last decade has been especially tough on individual consumers, US and UK alike. I came across a clever little website called CatalogueSpot that I wanted to share with my followers in the United Kingdom. It is the number one ranking website featuring the best home shopping credit catalogues with buy now, pay later options. CatalogueSpot doesn't just stop at discussing the best options for instant credit catalogues it also categorizes each catalogue's offerings making it easy for the consumer to locate which type of credit catalogue is best-suited to his or her needs. All categories on CatalogueSpot are easy to navigate and include popular shopping types like Men's, Women's, Plus Size, and Homeware. 

So how did CatalogueSpot get started? Website owner, Kate Logan, enjoyed shopping from online stores and especially ones which allowed a customer to spread the cost over monthly payments. She was frustrated that she couldn't find a directory of these stores and so decided to learn how to use Wordpress to set up her first website. Now people all over the United Kingdom (and the world) are utilizing her directory to gain access to buy now, pay later shopping catalogues. 

At Home of Wealth our goal is to live a minimalist lifestyle. That being said, often I am contacted by people turning to minimalist living principles because they struggled with debt and bad credit. Unfortunately, life doesn't just stop because you have bad credit and minimalist living doesn't mean going without - it means purchasing high quality items over mediocre trends. The ability to shop through elite vendors and repair credit histories at the same time makes shopping credit catalogues especially appealing and worthy of this blog post. 

  • Tracy Freese
  • fashionminimalist fashionminimalist lifestyleminimalist living