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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 19:47:27 (permalink)
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Just three options with 29% interest factored in. :(

Outch, that APR. Kill it with fire.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 21:15:04 (permalink)
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Just coming in to report the same issue as MaelstromOC. Pre-qualified for more than enough, but only get ~30% APR options.

Did you email them yet?


Not yet. Partial laziness, partial curious to see how it plays out on its own for the time being.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 00:56:52 (permalink)
there is the answer for Canadians.
 
 

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thank you for contacting the EVGA Customer Service Team. My name is Jose Calderon and I will answer your question today.
 

Your Answer:

Hello, 

Thank you for reaching out to EVGA and sorry to hear that you are experiencing troubles with using Affirm financing. I sincerely apologize for any inconveniences or confusion but Canadian residents do not qualify for financing with Affirm due to Affirm operational limitations. 

We will further look into this and will follow up with if you if anything changes. We will also update the terms and conditions.

Regards,
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 06:56:27 (permalink)
If you need to take out a loan to buy computer hardware, you need to find a new hobby. Affirm is a loan shark company, %29 interest.....  I'm good.
 

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 07:17:52 (permalink)
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If you need to take out a loan to buy computer hardware, you need to find a new hobby. Affirm is a loan shark company, %29 interest.....  I'm good.
 




Looks like you need to invest some of that money into reading classes.


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 07:28:42 (permalink)
 So just to see, 12months 0% is not an option at check out. Using affirm.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 08:03:28 (permalink)
Maybe time to review your finances.
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there is the answer for Canadians. ***
thank you for contacting the EVGA Customer Service Team. My name is Jose Calderon and I will answer your question today. 

Your Answer:

Hello, 
Thank you for reaching out to EVGA and sorry to hear that you are experiencing troubles with using Affirm financing. I sincerely apologize for any inconveniences or confusion but Canadian residents do not qualify for financing with Affirm due to Affirm operational limitations. 
We will further look into this and will follow up with if you if anything changes. We will also update the terms and conditions.
Regards, EVGA
Did you reply back with what they have Posted on the EVGA Website
https://www.evga.com/articles/01344/affirm-financing/
Additional Terms:
  • Participants must be 18 years of age or older, and must reside in the contiguous United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or Canada.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 08:07:45 (permalink)
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there is the answer for Canadians.
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thank you for contacting the EVGA Customer Service Team. My name is Jose Calderon and I will answer your question today. 

Your Answer:

Hello, 

Thank you for reaching out to EVGA and sorry to hear that you are experiencing troubles with using Affirm financing. I sincerely apologize for any inconveniences or confusion but Canadian residents do not qualify for financing with Affirm due to Affirm operational limitations. 

We will further look into this and will follow up with if you if anything changes. We will also update the terms and conditions.

Regards,
EVGA

Did you reply back with what they have Posted on the EVGA Website
https://www.evga.com/articles/01344/affirm-financing/
Additional Terms:
  • Participants must be 18 years of age or older, and must reside in the contiguous United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or Canada.




 
That needs to be changed, Because even in Affirm's website, it states different.
 
"1.3. Your Eligibility.
To be eligible to use the Services, you must be at least 18 years old (19 years old in Alabama or if you're a ward of the state in Nebraska) and a resident of the United States or its territories. Residents of Iowa and West Virginia are not eligible for the "Buy with Affirm" service. You represent and warrant that you are eligible to use the Services."
 
https://www.affirm.com/terms


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 08:16:51 (permalink)
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there is the answer for Canadians.
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thank you for contacting the EVGA Customer Service Team. My name is Jose Calderon and I will answer your question today. 

Your Answer:

Hello, 

Thank you for reaching out to EVGA and sorry to hear that you are experiencing troubles with using Affirm financing. I sincerely apologize for any inconveniences or confusion but Canadian residents do not qualify for financing with Affirm due to Affirm operational limitations. 

We will further look into this and will follow up with if you if anything changes. We will also update the terms and conditions.

Regards,
EVGA

Did you reply back with what they have Posted on the EVGA Website
https://www.evga.com/articles/01344/affirm-financing/
Additional Terms:
  • Participants must be 18 years of age or older, and must reside in the contiguous United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or Canada.

 That needs to be changed, Because even in Affirm's website, it states different.
 
"1.3. Your Eligibility.
To be eligible to use the Services, you must be at least 18 years old (19 years old in Alabama or if you're a ward of the state in Nebraska) and a resident of the United States or its territories. Residents of Iowa and West Virginia are not eligible for the "Buy with Affirm" service. You represent and warrant that you are eligible to use the Services."
 
https://www.affirm.com/terms

We will also update the terms and conditions I did not catch this.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 09:21:51 (permalink)
I still haven't heard back from them, but it is the weekend. Even still, I've only ever seen their garbage 29% APR offers. Yeah..... No thanks on that one.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 13:18:20 (permalink)
Ok, sorry for the double post here, just want to bring attention to it. I finally heard back from Affirm with a copy/paste email they sent me, but it gave me a contact number so I called them and, if I understand the guy right, they do not have a 0% finance option for EVGA?

I'm a bit confused at this point. 

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 13:20:01 (permalink)
Some One Somewhere Dropped the Ball.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 13:27:14 (permalink)
Why has every EVGA Affirm offer been an absolute train wreck of wrong and misleading information?  I don't necessarily blame EVGA.  I think it is likely that Affirm is baiting and switching on EVGA over and over again.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 13:32:52 (permalink)
Yeah I don't know. I was ready to grab a 2080TI since that'd make it incredibly easy for me to pay for, but not at 29% APR lol. I'm not crazy.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 17:20:08 (permalink)
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Why has every EVGA Affirm offer been an absolute train wreck of wrong and misleading information?  I don't necessarily blame EVGA.  I think it is likely that Affirm is baiting and switching on EVGA over and over again.




Quite possibly because EVGA isn't know to pull off these kind of tactics.  I'm surprised they're still doing business (in contract?) with them unless they are locked with them for a certain duration of time.  It's becoming a circus and bad PR for EVGA imo.  This kinda stuff will turn off new customers.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/21 17:22:47 (permalink)
We'll be looking into this first thing tomorrow.  
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 01:04:17 (permalink)
I was going to buy a 2080ti as well but I was given 20% on my option if 0% isnt offered i will just wait to buy a 2070 super or just wait till sept to see if new cards come out.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 01:37:05 (permalink)
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I was going to buy a 2080ti as well but I was given 20% on my option if 0% isnt offered i will just wait to buy a 2070 super or just wait till sept to see if new cards come out.




Yup, Now the 0% Offer is showing up for the 3 month and the 6 month option, but it's a 30% offer on my end for the 12 month option.


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 02:05:03 (permalink)
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If you need to take out a loan to buy computer hardware, you need to find a new hobby. Affirm is a loan shark company, %29 interest.....  I'm good.
 


No reason not to take out a loan for hobbies and a computer can be more then a hobby. The important thing is to take out only money you can easily pay back and know the terms of the loan. The biggest mistake people make is taking a loan out that can leave them stretched thin and then they have something unexpected happen like something breaking down in home or car or an unexpected medical expense.

To sum it up having good credit is very good for you but having bad credit isn’t. So take out loans but make sure the result is good credit.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 03:15:50 (permalink)
0% for 12 months? If the 2080Ti I want comes back in stock, I'm on it.
 
Affirm does charge a high APR tho...that shouldn't be allowed....
 

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 04:00:43 (permalink)
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If you need to take out a loan to buy computer hardware, you need to find a new hobby. Affirm is a loan shark company, %29 interest.....  I'm good.
 


No reason not to take out a loan for hobbies and a computer can be more then a hobby. The important thing is to take out only money you can easily pay back and know the terms of the loan. The biggest mistake people make is taking a loan out that can leave them stretched thin and then they have something unexpected happen like something breaking down in home or car or an unexpected medical expense.

To sum it up having good credit is very good for you but having bad credit isn’t. So take out loans but make sure the result is good credit.



I can't think of any reason to take out a loan that could end up costing you 29% APR, if something happens where you can't pay it off in time. 
 
 

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 04:54:28 (permalink)
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If you need to take out a loan to buy computer hardware, you need to find a new hobby. Affirm is a loan shark company, %29 interest.....  I'm good.



No reason not to take out a loan for hobbies and a computer can be more then a hobby. The important thing is to take out only money you can easily pay back and know the terms of the loan. The biggest mistake people make is taking a loan out that can leave them stretched thin and then they have something unexpected happen like something breaking down in home or car or an unexpected medical expense.

To sum it up having good credit is very good for you but having bad credit isn’t. So take out loans but make sure the result is good credit.



I can't think of any reason to take out a loan that could end up costing you 29% APR, if something happens where you can't pay it off in time. 
 
 




This is not a credit card, This is not a deferred interest deal.
 
This is a fixed payment with a specific term, if you can't pay it, you're screwed either way. You won't be charged interest, but you will more than likely face a collections issue. 


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 08:58:40 (permalink)
Has anyone got the 0% problem fixed ?
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 09:03:10 (permalink)
I just got the 2080ti black with 0% for a year, so it worked for me.
 

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 09:33:40 (permalink)
It just keeps giving me the same option asking for 20% it is because it wont pull a credit check again i think for one week thus trying to leave me with this option when it is suppose to be 0% in the first place.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 10:25:54 (permalink)
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Has anyone got the 0% problem fixed ?
 



Nope Still an issue for me.



 
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 10:30:12 (permalink)
 
 
Best to follow up with help@affirm.com




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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 10:38:46 (permalink)
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Best to follow up with help@affirm.com







I called them and they can't seem to be able to tell me why that is. Sucks because I'm an affirm customer I bought and paid off items, never was late. I would buy the 2080ti right now but doesn't look like it with a 29% APR. 

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 12:20:52 (permalink)
This is so bad. So because I tried to use this promotion when it started, I'm now stuck with the old offers until this Friday (when they expire.) This honestly makes me just not even want to do it simply because Affirm is apparently awful.

Can't wait for the cards to probably stay sold out now.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/22 13:51:21 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby EVGATech_AdamB 2019/07/22 14:51:08
Hi everyone.  First, we are seeing that people are successfully making and submitting orders via the 0% for 12 months with Affirm option, so the process does work.
 
Second, many of you have already been told that not everyone will qualify for the Affirm option of 0% financing for 12 months.  That is accurate, but I still want to check a few things to make sure we're not experiencing other issues.
 
Third, we've also contacted Affirm, who confirmed that the financing program is currently running.
 
For those of you in the US having issues, try going here:  https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-2171-KR
 
Click the "prequalify" button, which will bring up this window:

 
If you see something other than "based on a purchase price of $469.99 at 0% APR for 12 months", then please let us know and also contact help@affirm.com.

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