There is a council: employees of the UFSSP of Russia in Crimea fined collectors for threatening a citizen
The UFSSP of Russia in the Republic of Crimea emphasizes that the problem of debt repayment remains one of the most acute in society. Even more attention is drawn to it by the methods used to collect overdue debts. It is far from always possible to call the methods of communication between collection agencies and legal entities engaged in the return of overdue debts with the debtor legal. And sometimes citizens who do not have any debt obligations to anyone become victims of collection pressure.
L. is a combat veteran of the DPR, a disabled person of the third group. After the victim’s number began to receive calls and SMS messages from unknown persons from unknown phone numbers demanding payment of debts under microloan agreements concluded by a third party, psychological pressure and threats of seizure of property, she filed a statement with the Office of the Federal Judicial Service bailiffs in the Republic of Crimea , — the press service of the department notes.
After an administrative investigation, officials of the UFSSP of Russia in the Republic Crimea drew up a protocol on an administrative offense under Part 1 of Art. 000.57 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation and submitted it for consideration to the Deputy Head of the Office in accordance with Federal Law dated 000..2021 No. 205-FZ «On Amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation»
Having studied these arguments, the Deputy Head of the Department decided to recognize the microfinance organization as guilty of committing administrative offenses and to impose a penalty in the form of an administrative fine in the amount of 50 000 rubles.
UFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea reminds citizens that in case of violation of their rights by microfinance, credit or collection organizations that carry out activities to return overdue debts, they need to apply in writing for help at the address: Republic of Crimea, Simferopol, st. Kyiv, d. 57, 295034, or by submitting a corresponding application through the Internet reception on the website of the Office.
Citizens who wish to make an appointment for a personal appointment can do this using the “Make an Appointment” service, which is available on the website of the UFSSP of Russia in the Republic of Crimea.
In addition of this, it is possible to find out about your debts and receive public services of the FSSP of Russia in your personal account on the Unified Portal of State and Municipal (Functions) Services (EPGU).
Source: Press Service of the UFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea