The number of people under legal proceedings due to personal loans and credit card debt decreased in January Author iDealData


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The number of people under legal proceedings due to personal loans and credit card debt decreased in January.

In the first month of 2021, the number of people under legal proceedings due to personal loan or personal credit card debt decreased by 47 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and reached 73 thousand people. In addition to structuring and postponement activities, the increase in follow-up periods to 180 days is thought to have an effect on this development.

The number of people under legal proceedings due to personal credit card debt decreased by 46 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and reached 41 thousand people in January 2020. The number of people under legal proceedings due to personal loan debt decreased by 47 percent in the same period and reached 42 thousand people.

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