Survey finds one in four worries about the cost of Christmas
It’s nearly Christmas, and with all the excitement comes the temptation to spend big, whether it’s buying presents for loved ones or snapping up bargains at the post-Christmas sales.
10 financial facts you didn´t know about young Europeans
Shopping online is common among young Europeans. 42 per cent of all Europeans aged 18-24 regularly shop online. 32 per cent use their credit card when they shop online. But being just one click from buying things, makes it easy to shop for a little more than they had planned, says 36 per cent.
Report reveals credit difficulties across Europe
More and more Europeans find themselves in a tough financial situation. According to the newly released European Consumer Payment Report, 44 per cent of the respondents say they have failed to pay a bill during the last year.
Helping Swedbank Support Customers in Trouble
Helping customers who have fallen behind on payments get back on track is at the heart of an intimate and dynamic partnership between Swedbank and Intrum Justitia. One result is that Intrum now has a “bank office” on its premises.
Don´t Let That Bargain Become Expensive
Even small debts can grow quickly due to various fees for reminders and payment demands. The best way to avoid that is, of course, to make sure you know when payment is due and to pay in time.
Young people are particularly vulnerable to overspending and can end up in debt which can additionally slow their path to adulthood. Intrum Justitia wants to be a part of fighting this by raising awareness and knowledge. The latest effort is the development of the interactive teaching tool Spendido.
European Payment Industry White Paper 2016 Available Now
The 2016 edition of The European Payment Industry White Paper provides an insight into how late and non-payments affect economies and industries across Europe.
European Payment Risk Index shows slight improvement in 2016
Intrum Justitia’s European Payment Risk Index (EPRI) rose slightly in 2016, but the differences between countries are still substantial.
Late payments leave European SME´s in a bind
Late payments are squeezing small and middle-sized European companies and Nordic multinationals stand out when it comes to demanding laxer payment terms, according to the latest European Payment Report (EPR).
Can you pay? Will you pay? – How credit decisions are made
Every 1.3 seconds, round-the-clock, Intrum Justitia helps to make a decision whether or not an individual or a company will be granted credit. This process is crucial to efficient credit management and is also highly complex and diverse.