More than 2 million Ukrainians are in the register of debtors. Their number increased by 18% during the year.
14 December 2020
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More than 2 million Ukrainians are in the register of debtors. Their number increased by 18% during the year. So another 300 thousand people became debtors.
|Month||December 2019||January 2020||February||March||April||May||June||July||August||September||October||November||December|
|Number of unique full names||1,692,679||1,688,266||1,716,614||1,760,080||1,790,561||1,834,264||1,861,090||1,864,103||1,894,860||1,916,393||1,942,240||1,972,880||2,000,340|
In 2020, most debtors appeared in the following categories:
|Collection of money||759,862||28.0%|
|Collection of money in favor of the state||629,532||23.2%|
|Collection of fines in the field of road-traffic safety||543,651||20.0%|
|Collection of penalties under cases of administrative offenses||402,748||14.8%|
|Recovery of outstanding utility bills||214,358||7.9%|
|Recovery of child-support payments||167,933||6.2%|
The increase in the number of debtors can be attributed to several reasons. These are debts the Ukrainians incurred during quarantine and an increase in the percentage of debts sold by utilities and banks to professional collection companies. The introduction of video recording of road traffic violations and the emergence of a parking inspection had a significant impact on the extension of the Unified Register of Debtors.
Getting into the register of debtors may result in the following restrictions:
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