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In Novosibirsk disabled woman sued the Bank for threatening collectors

В Новосибирске женщина-инвалид засудила банк за угрозы коллекторов

A resident of Novosibirsk, which is the invalid of the second group, sued the Bank “Russian Standard” 30 thousand rubles for the requirements to repay the debt to her mother. This was reported Tuesday, 16 February, on the website of the Novosibirsk regional court.

According to investigators, from September 2014 to April 2015 the woman repeatedly threatened the collectors demanded to repay the debts of her mother. Otherwise, the plaintiff promised to “cut the hand” and “sell the debt to the persons of the Chechen nationality”.

“They came and demanded repayment of the debt, put pressure on family ties, told the plaintiff that “you are the same blood”, so she has to repay debts of the mother, threatened that will cut off the hand, hinted that the plaintiff’s young child, and they can sell the debt to physical persons of the Chechen nationality,” gave the court the arguments of the injured party, reports RIA Novosti.

In court, the woman claimed to have experienced physical and moral suffering. Harm your health it has estimated in 500 thousand rubles. The Bank has not accepted the claim, stating that the staff behaved in accordance with the methods of working with customers with bad debts.

At the end of January in Russia began an active discussion due to collector activity. The reason for it was the incident that took place in Ulyanovsk. There 44-year-old man, engaged in debt collection, threw a Molotov cocktail into the window of a private house. As the result of burns received a two-year-old and 56-year-old man. The suspect was arrested and charged with attempted murder. After the incident, the prohibition of the activities of collectors before the adoption of the law regulating their work, supported by a number of politicians and bureaucrats, including Federation Council speaker Valentina Matvienko.

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