Hi all just wondering If anyone knows if target and big w enforce the you must make repayments fortnightly thing? My laybys are in the next town and don't wanna drive there just to pay money off a layby. Iv already paid money off to start with so really I'm ahead. Will they cancel my layby if I don't get there for another week or so?
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09-07-2013 08:21 #1Senior Member
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Big w/target layby
09-07-2013 08:23 #2Senior Member
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My mums a manger at target & we do the Xmas lay by thing & she's always on my back about the repayment thing. Her store apparently is really strict about it& yes she reckons they've cancelled lay bys because of it.
09-07-2013 08:24 #3
Subbing for exact same reason. I'm supposed to pay some this week but it's an hours drive and I have a full week.
09-07-2013 08:28 #4Senior Member
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I did a Xmas lay by at Target and they told me that as long as I paid 50% off my lay by October I could picky up until 22 Dec. I've done lay-bys before and had no problem with not making fortnightly payments. However from PP it may vary from store to store.
09-07-2013 08:37 #5
I've had phone calls from BigW when I've been a few days late with a payment.
09-07-2013 08:43 #6
I normally get a letter from big w if I'm late with a payment. They have a week or so grace period after then but after that the layby is canceled.
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09-07-2013 08:43 #7
I'm fairly sure my mum has paid a target lay by over the phone, you might be able to try that?
09-07-2013 10:14 #8
Wouldn't it be good if they did BPay.
09-07-2013 10:27 #9
I wish Big W had click and collect like Target.
I went to do my lay buy online only to see I would be charged $300 delivery which is why I had to do in store.
BPAY would be a great option!
09-07-2013 10:29 #10
$300 delivery!!! Was it coming in a gold plated truck. lol
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