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2019/07/19 14:31:11 (permalink)

 
 
For a limited time, purchase an EVGA product with Affirm and receive 0% Financing for 12 Months!*
 
To learn more, click here:  https://www.evga.com/articles/01344/affirm-financing/
 
*The 12 month 0% APR payment option is only available to customers who qualify; customers who do not qualify for the 12 month 0% APR payment option may still be presented with other non-0% APR options.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 14:34:23 (permalink)
While it might be a good thing for some, I find it sad that we have to finance computer parts.
At least this good "12 month payment option with 0% Financing."
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 14:54:58 (permalink)
 
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:07:46 (permalink)
was thinking this was awesome as I am in Canada and Affirm previously wasnt available to me but I cannot get past the pre-qual screen when creating an account bc it wants a US SSN which I obviously dont have. Is there a way around this or is including Canada in the Ts & Cs a typo?
 
thx
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:09:24 (permalink)
Wish ya'll had this a bit ago when I bought my 1070, I would've bought a 1080 instead =/


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:18:03 (permalink)
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was thinking this was awesome as I am in Canada and Affirm previously wasnt available to me but I cannot get past the pre-qual screen when creating an account bc it wants a US SSN which I obviously dont have. Is there a way around this or is including Canada in the Ts & Cs a typo?
 
thx

Did you try your Passport Number?
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.
  • Participants must be eligible to use Affirm, and must be in good standing with Affirm.
  • All purchases, Affirm or otherwise, are subject to EVGA’s Store Policy: 
  • Qualification is not guaranteed. Qualification is ultimately subject to Affirm's policies and approval.
  • For questions or issues with qualification status, please contact help@affirm.com
  • For more information, please see Affirm’s Terms of Service.
  • For commonly asked questions, please see Affirm’s FAQ page.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:26:54 (permalink)
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was thinking this was awesome as I am in Canada and Affirm previously wasnt available to me but I cannot get past the pre-qual screen when creating an account bc it wants a US SSN which I obviously dont have. Is there a way around this or is including Canada in the Ts & Cs a typo?
 
thx

Did you try your Passport Number?

US Passport number?  Only US Citizens and US Nationals can own a US Passport.  Does entering a Canadian Passport number work on the Affirm page?  That would be surprising.  I guess it is worth a try.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:30:09 (permalink)
I do not carry a US or CDN passport as I am a British National carrying a British passport. I am sure you can understand that I am extremely hesitant to input my passport number. Is there someone at evga/affirm I can reach out to?
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:30:26 (permalink)
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was thinking this was awesome as I am in Canada and Affirm previously wasnt available to me but I cannot get past the pre-qual screen when creating an account bc it wants a US SSN which I obviously dont have. Is there a way around this or is including Canada in the Ts & Cs a typo?
 
thx


I think your right, it must be a typo. I was thinking this was great as well when I read "Participants must be 18 years of age or older, and must reside in the contiguous United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or Canada." and when I went to sign up to make my purchase through Affirm I found it was a no go... ah well, bummer. I guess they will lose a lot of sales by not including Canada, they just lost ours.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:32:19 (permalink)
oh and thats on the pre-qual page...if I go straight to checkout and select affirm as payment then it pops an error saying affirm is only available in the US. 
 
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:36:52 (permalink)
I emailed customer service/sales
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/19 19:49:54 (permalink)
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I emailed customer service/sales


cool, keep us posted on what they say...


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 02:02:49 (permalink)
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I emailed customer service/sales


cool, keep us posted on what they say...




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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 02:25:35 (permalink)
Sounds like a fine deal for those who qualify

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 07:15:48 (permalink)
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was thinking this was awesome as I am in Canada and Affirm previously wasnt available to me but I cannot get past the pre-qual screen when creating an account bc it wants a US SSN which I obviously dont have. Is there a way around this or is including Canada in the Ts & Cs a typo?
 thx

Did you try your Passport Number?

US Passport number?  Only US Citizens and US Nationals can own a US Passport.  Does entering a Canadian Passport number work on the Affirm page?  That would be surprising.  I guess it is worth a try.

No where in my Post did I say US Passport.
Please Stop adding words and making up false statements and lies on the Forum.
Please Stop Trolling and Harassing and Badgering Members here on the Forum.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 07:33:48 (permalink)
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Sounds like a fine deal for those who qualify


to be fair i thought you meant passport as well...so what do you mean by "passport number"
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 08:18:05 (permalink)
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to be fair i thought you meant passport as well...so what do you mean by "passport number"

"I am a British National carrying a British passport"


 
You need to Contact EVGA, this is a Member to Member Forum and not a Direct Support Forum.
Also it is Open to Canada {Canadian Citizens} and not to the UK {British Citizens}

Contact Us

 
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 08:28:54 (permalink)
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was thinking this was awesome as I am in Canada and Affirm previously wasnt available to me but I cannot get past the pre-qual screen when creating an account bc it wants a US SSN which I obviously dont have. Is there a way around this or is including Canada in the Ts & Cs a typo?
 thx

Did you try your Passport Number?

US Passport number?  Only US Citizens and US Nationals can own a US Passport.  Does entering a Canadian Passport number work on the Affirm page?  That would be surprising.  I guess it is worth a try.

No where in my Post did I say US Passport.
Please Stop adding words and making up false statements and lies on the Forum.
Please Stop Trolling and Harassing and Badgering Members here on the Forum.

I said US Passport number. It asks for a US SSN or Citizen ID. I don't know how a Canadian Passport number or British Passport number could qualify as a US Citizen ID number.

I don't know why you are so sensitive.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 08:45:26 (permalink)
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.
  • Participants must be eligible to use Affirm, and must be in good standing with Affirm.
  • All purchases, Affirm or otherwise, are subject to EVGA’s Store Policy:
  • Qualification is not guaranteed. Qualification is ultimately subject to Affirm's policies and approval.
  • For questions or issues with qualification status, please contact help@affirm.com
  • For more information, please see Affirm’s Terms of Service.
  • For commonly asked questions, please see Affirm’s FAQ page.
 
edit: Terms Updated Canada Removed
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 08:47:42 (permalink)
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was thinking this was awesome as I am in Canada and Affirm previously wasnt available to me but I cannot get past the pre-qual screen when creating an account bc it wants a US SSN which I obviously dont have. Is there a way around this or is including Canada in the Ts & Cs a typo?
 thx

Did you try your Passport Number?

US Passport number?  Only US Citizens and US Nationals can own a US Passport.  Does entering a Canadian Passport number work on the Affirm page?  That would be surprising.  I guess it is worth a try.

No where in my Post did I say US Passport.
Please Stop adding words and making up false statements and lies on the Forum.
Please Stop Trolling and Harassing and Badgering Members here on the Forum.

I said US Passport number. It asks for a US SSN or Citizen ID. I don't know how a Canadian Passport number or British Passport number could qualify as a US Citizen ID number.

I don't know why you are so sensitive.

No you posted "US Passport number?" with a Question Mark Questioning my Comment and adding the US
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 08:59:32 (permalink)
I can't get the 0% option to appear during checkout. Every time, it shows the 29% (gag me please) interest rate, so it just looks like a standard crap loan from Affirm.

Anyone else having this issue? I was ready to pull the trigger, but I'm not going to without that promotion. It just started yesterday, surely it isn't over already.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 09:02:38 (permalink)
Folks, please realize that the EVGA page very clearly states that Qualification is subject to Affirms policies.

Please note they link you to Affirms Terms of Service.

Please note Affirms terms of service #1.3 states the user must be a resident of the United States.

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.


If you have any questions about amAffirms policy, the terms state to please contact Affirm.

As the loan would be for a resident of the US, EVGA May allow shipping to US residents residing in Canada under work visas and such. That part is the only grey area here. The other questions are pretty cut and dry through Affirms terms of service.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 09:03:44 (permalink)
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I can't get the 0% option to appear during checkout. Every time, it shows the 29% (gag me please) interest rate, so it just looks like a standard crap loan from Affirm.

Anyone else having this issue? I was ready to pull the trigger, but I'm not going to without that promotion. It just started yesterday, surely it isn't over already.

Logout and clear your History and then log back in and see.


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 09:11:30 (permalink)
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No you posted "US Passport number?" with a Question Mark Questioning my Comment and adding the US

Yes, because that is the only type of passport which fulfills the requirements presented (US citizen identification).

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 09:12:14 (permalink)
I just did it in a private browser window and it still doesn't show a 0% option. Just three options with 29% interest factored in. :(


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 10:05:30 (permalink)
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I just did it in a private browser window and it still doesn't show a 0% option. Just three options with 29% interest factored in. :(




Contact Affirm and ask why it isn’t showing the offer. It’s Affirms webpage, so it may be an error on their side.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 10:19:35 (permalink)
Yeah I've sent an email since that seems to be the only way to contact them.

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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 18:39:34 (permalink)
Just coming in to report the same issue as MaelstromOC. Pre-qualified for more than enough, but only get ~30% APR options.
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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 18:48:25 (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?


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Re: EVGA Now Offering 0% Financing For 12 Months on EVGA.com with Affirm 2019/07/20 19:05:38 (permalink)
Make it 24 months, i buy some tech from ya

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