The Central Bank can block transfers from Russians over 10,000 rubles

The Central Bank can block transfers from Russians over 10,000 rubles

The regulator announced the bill with the introduction of a “cooling-off period”.

At a meeting of the Expert Council for the Protection of the Rights of Consumers of Financial Services at the Central Bank, it was proposed to the regulator to block transfers from Russians in the amount of more than 10 000 rubles.

Such a measure, according to experts, will help the bank cope with fraudsters who have become more active lately.

To unblock them, the following scheme is offered: enter additional ID or PIN.

This was reported by “Izvestia”.

According to Igor Kostikov, head of the Council of the Financial Consumers Union, the participants of the meeting supported the proposal.

< p>However, it needs to be further elaborated, despite the fact that the effectiveness of their use of such mechanisms on marketplaces and advertising services has already been proven.

En The Central Bank has confirmed that a draft law has also been prepared of introduce a two-day “cooling period”, during which the sender can cancel the transfer of funds.

The publication's experts note that the introduction of the new rule will lead to additional costs for banks and customers themselves entov.

It should be noted that the amount of 10,000 rubles is slightly less popular than the transfer of 5,600 rubles in the first half.

Topnews wrote that the Central Bank at the end of the year may resume the launch of five-pound notes and ten rubles.

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