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Bailiff 2.0: helpful motivator

08 October 2014

A new way of collecting debts where bailiffs take debtors’ motives into account could lead to much better results than old-fashioned threatening based on legal texts. A helpful bailiff reduces the numbers of people defaulting on debts and increases the numbers of bills being paid, according to research by Martijn Keizer.

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