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BUY AS YOU VIEW FUNDS FERNDALE KIT

Press Release   •   Aug 20, 2010 11:28 BST

BUY AS YOU VIEW FUNDS FERNDALE KIT

 

A Mid Glamorgan football team will be sporting a new kit for next season thanks to leading Welsh retail and consumer finance company, Buy As You View.

 

Ferndale Boys and Girls FC is a popular team that provides coaching and fixtures for local children aged 6-9. The club continues to grow in popularity and regularly attracts over 30 children to the weekly training sessions. The club is solely funded by parents and charitable donations received at various fundraising events throughout the season. Equipment and kit is expensive so Ferndale Secretary, Lisa Fry and parent to one of the players, Beth Evans approached Buy As You View to see if they could provide assistance.

 

Mrs Fry comments; “I was aware that Buy As You View were active in the local community and had seen that they had sponsored rugby teams in the past. We hoped that Buy As You View would be able to help us towards getting some new balls and kit for our under 9’s team. We contacted their Bridgend-based team and were delighted that they offered to buy the kit as well as footballs for our whole under 9’s team, a donation of almost £400.”

 

Buy As You View employs almost 700 people nationwide, 250 of which are based in South Wales. The company sells a range of electrical goods and furniture for the home through a weekly repayment and credit facility.

 

 

Buy As You View marketing director, John Smith said: “As a growing company in Wales, Buy As You View takes community engagement very seriously. The company strives to be part of the communities that we are in where the faces of our colleagues are well known. Donations like this mean a lot to local causes and we are happy to play our part in supporting them.”

 

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Buy As You View (BAYV) is a retail and consumer finance company, selling a range of electrical goods and furniture for the home. It provides a coinmeter repayment and credit facility for a personal, convenient and manageable way to finance and plan purchases. Products are bought on a hire-purchase weekly-payment basis with no deposit and no credit checks.

 

Customers pay weekly for their products through the coinmeter which is linked to their television. Account managers visit customers on a regular basis to empty meters and offer after-sales customer care. BAYV is a responsible lender and, before offering credit, run through a full evaluation of affordability with each customer.

 

BAYV was established in 1972 in South Wales, initially operating out of a single Rhondda valley shop with a direct sales team. The company grew and later expanded throughout the whole of South Wales with an extensive team of account managers servicing customers throughout the region.  In 1999, BAYV embarked upon a UK expansion programme and now operates in the North East, Yorkshire, the Midlands, the North West and Scotland. The business employs 700 staff nationally and its customer base has almost tripled to nearly 100,000.

By offering top quality branded products, first class maintenance and after-sales support, it has become a leading retailer of domestic electrical products.

BAYV strongly supports responsible lending and treating customers fairly wanting to enable its customers to make purchases for their homes without creating additional financial problems. A significant number of BAYV’s new customers are as a result of recommendations from its existing customer base (41%). This is seen as testament to the satisfaction that the products, payment method and service delivered to its customers. It is in the company’s interest not to overburden its customers financially.  BAYV wants its customers' experience of Buy As You View to be positive and for it to be 'the manageable way to buy things for their home'.

 

BAYV is a forward thinking customer-oriented company with ambitious plans to dominate the sector and become a significant player in the retail and consumer finance market in the UK through controlled profitable growth.

For more details, visit www.bayv.co.uk