Measures to identify debtors on the borders of our country have already been actively used. This year, according to preliminary calculations, almost 2 million Russians will not be able to cross the border due to the presence of open debt. Of these, most of the credit debtors are 40%, followed by citizens who do not pay alimony – 20% and the top three are people who simply forgot about their obligations and did not pay traffic police fines or taxes on time. Thanks to this method of recovery, only the debtors for alimony promptly paid more than 185 million rubles. In general, there are several times more debtors in Russia – almost 8 million people, but no appropriate measures have been taken by creditors towards them.
Unpaid Debts, No Abroad!
As a rule, people who do not pay their debts, do it for three reasons. Someone really forgets about fines, some have a difficult life situation because of which there is no opportunity to pay on debts. But there are those who deliberately ignore their financial obligations. There are more and more such people in our country, and it is on them that such penalties are mainly designed.
An enforced penalty will have a positive effect
Financial experts argue that such a enforced penalty has a positive effect because it is difficult for citizens to abandon the planned trip and, even more so, to do so, being in two steps from the rest. They also single out people of a certain financial position who can afford to pay their debts right on the spot. And those people who do not have such a financial opportunity, will not go on holiday abroad.
The bailiffs, who can now restrict certain citizens to travel abroad on legal terms themselves, also add activity to the system.
When planning your trip to foreign holidays, do not forget about your debt obligations. If there are enough of them in order for you to take measures to recover you – they may not let you go abroad. If you have thought about everything and paid your debts before the trip – be sure to bring documents that will confirm that you have repaid the debt.