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13% of Russians took advantage of credit holidays

13% of Russians took advantage of credit holidays
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13% of Russians took the opportunity to arrange a credit vacation. Another 29% are ready to issue them in the future. Such data was received by the specialists of Otkritie Bank as a result of a survey.

As the TASS, figures are slightly higher only in Moscow and St. Petersburg, where a delay in repayment of loans was drawn up by 17% of residents. Approximately half of the respondents said that they would not take vacations, and 6% said that they did not have loans.

The study was conducted among one thousand Russians aged 18 to 60 with an income of 30-60 thousand rubles in cities with a population of more than 100 thousand people. Provide credit holidays to citizens at the beginning of April of this year due to the situation with coronavirus.

They concern not only mortgages, but also car loans, consumer loans and credit cards. Borrowers who have lost more than 30% of their income as a result of a pandemic are eligible for this form of support. In government changed credit limits for benefits and now it can be used by more than 50% of citizens.

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