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Experts gave advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of misseling at the bank

MOSCOW, April 17 – PRIME. When choosing a financial service in a bank, Russians should carefully read the conditions and tariffs, pay attention to links, applications and special conditions, as well as read reviews and see the offers of competitors, otherwise you can become a victim of misseling (distortion of information about a product or service to impose a purchase) , the interviewed…
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The insurer taught how to understand that your OSAGO policy is fake

MOSCOW, April 17 – PRIME. The first sign of a potential forgery of an OSAGO policy is its unrealistically low price. It is the opportunity to save money that scammers attract gullible citizens, Viktor Alekseev, deputy general director of Maks, tells the Prime agency. The insurer found out where the most careless drivers live. “It should be borne in mind that the answers to your…
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State banks raise rates on ruble deposits

MOSCOW, April 17 – PRIME. Large banks with state participation began to raise interest rates on ruble deposits, writes VTimes. At Rosselkhozbank, the rate on a three-year deposit has increased to 5.1% per annum. Otkritie Bank raised the rate to 5%.
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Snowden has put up an NFT token for sale

MOSCOW, April 16 – PRIME. Edward Snowden has put up a non-fungible token (NFT) for sale in the form of his own digitized portrait, compiled from the text of the court decision that the surveillance of the US National Security Agency was illegal, now the lot is…
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The expert told whether it is possible to return the money to victims of telephone scammers

MOSCOW, April 16 – PRIME. Russian banks will not support measures to return funds to victims of telephone scams, since this could lead to a new type of scam, and there is no way to freeze each operation until its legitimacy is clarified, Evgenia Lazareva, the head of the All-Russia People’s Front project “For the Rights of Borrowers”, told RIA Novosti. A new method of…
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Russians appreciate the cost of a comfortable life

MOSCOW, April 16 – PRIME. Russians believe that for a stable and peaceful life, a “safety cushion” of 1.3 million rubles is needed, Izvestia writes with reference to a survey by Sberbank Life Insurance and the Sberbank NPF. The expert gave advice on how to save for a comfortable old age According to the survey, Muscovites (1.8 million rubles), residents of St. Petersburg (1.6…
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