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What is humm?
Like many buy now, pay later services, humm allows customers to divide the cost of their purchases into smaller, more manageable instalments or ‘slices’, which you would then pay back interest-free on a weekly or fortnightly basis.
You can use it for small and big purchases
With humm, you could make repayments for purchases spanning anywhere from $1 up to $30,000! That’s a considerably larger range than what’s available with most buy now, pay later services.
To cover this range, humm offers two different types of wallets - one for ‘Little Things’ or everyday spending (up to $2,000), and another for ‘Big Things’ or big ticket items ($2,000- $30,000).
How does humm work?
As soon as you’ve signed up and gotten approval, you’ll have access to a ‘Little Things’ wallet.
Your initial spending limit or cap in that wallet depends on the background info you’ve shared with humm during the sign-up process, so it will vary from customer to customer.