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Well, for one it reduces friction, which increases the likelihood of making a sale. If a customer comes in to a store, but has to leave to go to their bank, there is a chance they won't return to make the purchase. Even if it is something they need, a competitor might lure them in between the point they get money from their bank and they get back to your store. The value, of course, depends on how many additional sales the reduced friction generates, versus the cost of maintaining credit books.





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