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Personal finance  |  June 17, 2012 16:03:47

Every fifth Bohemia admits that he is unable to distinguish safe from loan sharks loan providers


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - One in five Czech admits that he is unable to distinguish safe from loan shark lenders nor consumers are mostly unaware of the legal possibility of early repayment, which is almost without penalty. According to a survey prepared by Navigator secure the loan with the agency GfK.

The survey also showed that for 62 percent of consumers is still the most important parameter of quality low-interest loan product. The problem is that moneylenders already know, offers low interest and you will find another way to get money from the people choose.

Still only 13 percent of consumers are essential to understand and transparent terms and conditions of the loan under the promise of low and consumers are able and willing to sign a disadvantageous contract, which is to bring big problems in credit and often spirals.

High 87 percent of Czechs in the contracts they sign, ignorant and full 73 percent of consumers can not adequately define the parameters that should follow when choosing a credit rating companies.

Filip Sušanka, susanka@mediafax.cz

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