It has become clear which debts they cannot go abroad with 16:01

Alexandra Lvova, an expert at the Main Directorate of the Central Federal District of the Bank of Russia, warned that Russians with unpaid debts risk being banned from travel. His words lead the way mail.ru.

If you have a debt of 10 thousand rubles for alimony, loans or other obligations, you may face a ban on traveling abroad. The expert explained that we are talking about a debt established by bailiffs and not repaid within two months from the date of assignment.

At the same time, Lvova stressed that bailiffs can add all accumulated fines into a single fine. If the total amount of the debt exceeds 30 thousand rubles, the person who has not paid the debt may be banned from traveling due to delaying payment by at least one day.

A representative of the Central Bank advised Russians to regularly check the existence of unpaid bills and their credit history.

Before reportedHe said Russians are starting to borrow more through microloans.

Previously became knownWhom microloans are approved more often in Russia in the spring.

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Source: Gazeta

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