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And and store cards and online hire purchases shot up by 9pc to A¢G6.4 billion as consumers used cheap deals to splash out on consumer goods.However, campaigners warned that the burgeoning borrowing boom could leave millions at risk of running into financial trouble after taking on more debt than Nike Blazer Black Friday Sales they can manage.A spokesman for charity Stepchange said: a£á?These figures point to an explosive growth in consumer credit like during the boom years. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Britain could be the richest country in the WORLD by 2030,... ALEX BRUMMER: Why this isn't all good news - our record low... Share this article Share a£á?What followed Nike Blazer Black Friday Sales then was a personal debt crisis. Today households are more financially vulnerable than they have been for years and if we repeat the mistakes of the past we could see millions of people falling into serious financial difficulty.a£á?The report from the Finance and Leasing Association also showed how credit card and personal loan borrowing leapt by 5pc Nike Blazer Black Friday Sales to A¢G37.6 billion in the 12 months to November 2014.The FLA figures follow official forecasts that suggest Britain will go on a borrowing spree over the next five years, adding to its pile of unsecured lending by A¢G360 billion.In November there were shocking scenes in supermarkets throughout the country as stampeding customers scuffled as they tried to Nike Blazer Black Friday Sales grab cut price electrical goods on Black Friday. 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Ita£á?s really important that we learn from the lessons of the past and start living within a budget and saving instead of relying on so much on borrowing, which can lead to problem debt. Our main concern is when borrowing becomes unaffordable, as ita£á?s very easy to slip Nike Blazer Black Friday Sales into a destructive downward spiral of debt.a£á?Samuel Tombs, UK senior economist at Capital Economics said: a£á?Consumers have become a lot more confident over the last year or so. We are now starting to see their earnings picking up as well.a£á?People are feeling more secure and are more willing to borrow more. In addition the banks are becoming Nike Blazer Black Friday Sales happier to lend. They are in better health and are more willing to make new loans.a£á?Geraldine Kilkelly, head of research and chief economist at the Finance and Leasing Association said: a£á?The banks are getting stronger and more willing to lend and low interest rates are attractive to new customers.a£á? .