Last week, we reported that Apple was offering 0% financing to Apple Card customers who were confused about an item they purchased and expected to get the payment option.
Depending on the email the company sent to its customers, the exception applied to purchases from Apple or an Apple Authorized Reseller for transactions where a customer expected to get the option of monthly payments of the Apple card:
âWe understand that some customers expected to automatically receive 0% APR financing when purchasing Apple products with their Apple Card,â the email read. “If you expected to receive 0% APR financing with monthly Apple Card payments when purchasing an Apple product from Apple or an Apple Authorized Reseller, but you didn’t not done, we can help you. “
As reported by 9to5Mac, Apple has reached out to some Apple Card customers to let them know they have until December 15 to get their 0% funding:
If you expected to receive 0% APR financing with monthly Apple Card payments when purchasing an Apple product from Apple or an Apple Authorized Reseller, but you didn’t done, we can help you.
If you contact us by December 15, 2021, we will be able to convert your qualifying purchases into a monthly Apple Card payment. To expedite your request, be prepared to identify the transaction (s) for which you expected to get a 0% APR and prepare your receipt to provide to a specialist. Please speak with an Apple Card Specialist for assistance.
Apple Card Monthly Payments are a payment option that Apple created for its credit card. The option offers 0% financing on select products purchased from Apple with Apple Card such as iPhone, iPad, Mac, and even an Apple Pencil. Depending on the cost of the item, customers may have the option of financing their purchase for 6 months or up to 24 months.