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Study: bachelors more often than married apply for microloans
Experts from one of the online financial platforms have found that single Russians seek microloans more often than family ones. And late on payments most often allow widowers.
According to a study of more than 100 thousand issued loans in Russia on the Webbankir platform, almost half of the borrowers among the clients have never been married. As writes RIA News, family people among MFO clients are only about 37%, another 13% are divorced, about 2% are widowers.
At the same time, the company also studied the influence of marital status on financial discipline. It turned out that among family borrowers 78,3% of clients do not allow delays. Among bachelors and divorced disciplined borrowers, about 74,7% -74,5%.
More often than others, widowers are late - there is not a single day of delay in this category in only 72,9%. Because of this, approval of loans to family people was 1,5 times higher.