About Compassionate Capitalism Credit

Credit is the ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future mostly in small amounts over a period of time. Credit, therefore, helps consumers acquire much-needed things such as homes, cars, and equipment which can be very expensive, and pay for them over time while simultaneously helping their businesses to have a healthy turnover

Global economic disparity created by capitalism without compassion has made Credit almost non-existent in the bulk of the developing world leading to poor living standards, high crime, and business stagnancy.

Credit is a fundamental pillar in Compassionate Capitalism helping to increase access to a consumer and business credit in various forms as indicated by the development rankings and through the increase in knowledge and information, access to funds, and access to higher purchases.