Federal bailiff service (FSSP) has developed a mechanism for the payment of debts and fines at the airport. About it in interview to “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” said the head of service Arthur Parfenchikov.
According to him, at the moment the system has been tested and approved by the Ministry of communications. Parfenchikov said that the service is ready-to-use mechanism for payment of fines.
At the same time, he noted that despite the ability to pay a fine or debt directly at the airport people may be late for the flight. “There are certain legal actions of the bailiffs, even in electronic format. So, if you pay debt in place in any event must be made at least five electronic procedures,” said Parfenchikov.
He said that in the first place, after payment of debt payment goes to the Bank, which must process and transfer data in the State information system on state and municipal payments (GIS GMP). Then payment information is supplied to the bailiff, who will develop it and take a legal decision on the removal of restrictions on travel. After the decision of the bailiff in electronic format, all data sent to the border service, which already notifies the checkpoints on removing the restriction.
Parfenchikov said that the procedure of lifting the ban will take two to three hours. “So your flight citizen is likely to be late,” suggested the head of the bailiffs.
He also said that this system can be connected in full in 2016. However, the mechanism is not a guarantee of departure abroad the flight for which he has a ticket. Parfenchikov advised citizens to interact with the data Bank Executive productions and check out all the debts before the trip.
In the first half of 2016 961,7 thousand Russians were forbidden to leave the country because of debts. As noted then Parfenchikov, this figure is 336 thousand compared with the same period in 2015. However, the head of service differs from the estimates of the micro-Finance company “E loan”, according to which, in the first five months of 2016 to leave Russia are unable 2 million debtors.