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Pay Your Debt Online and Walk Free
8.01.2013 16:01
Pay Your Debt Online and Walk Free
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Any social media user can check out whether he has a liability and pay it off online, thanks to a smart move by the Russian Federal Bailiff Service.

      The agency has provided access to Internet users and hopes to help them avoid unpleasant incidents when travelling abroad. An outstanding debt can be a reason to be barred from leaving the country, even if your travel passport is valid.

      But while become more Internet-friendly, bailiffs might also become harder on persistent or dangerous abusers.

      According to a new bill expected to be considered by the Russian parliament during the spring session, bailiffs will be allowed to carry guns to collect public debt. So far, they are only entitled to carry firearms when on duty in courtrooms.

       




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Russian Bailiff Service bailiffs tax collection debt collection  

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