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Banks want to prohibit offering credit over the phone

Banks want to prohibit offering credit over the phone
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State Duma deputies have proposed banning credit organizations from offering loans to Russians over the phone. Such measures will help citizens not agree to the proposals of illegal financial organizations.

As the RT , Deputy Ivan Sukharev sent the corresponding proposals to the head of the Central Bank of Russia Elvira Nabiullina. In his opinion, citizens cannot always determine by phone whether a legal bank is calling them. In addition, fraudsters can lure out personal data by posing as bank employees. 

Sukharev also believes that the new measure could warn against unnecessary calls to those who are not interested in loans. At the same time, the letter says, banks can use other methods to promote their services.

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