18:21:30 Wednesday, October 27
Politics Economy Agriculture Society IT Education Medicine Religion Communal Services Incidents Crime Culture Sport

Alexander Tuzov claims he lives on 4,000 roubles per month

13:00 | 16.11.2017 | Society


Penza, 16 November 2017. PenzaNews. The ex-officer of the Federal Security Service, member of the public council under the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, founder of an Internet medium Alexander Tuzov, who lost a series of copyright claims and owes the LLC VolgaInterMedia almost 110,000 roubles, claims he spends only 4,000 roubles per month on supporting himself and his minor child.

Alexander Tuzov claims he lives on 4,000 roubles per month

© PenzaNewsBuy the photo

Every month he spends 18,390 roubles from his pension, which according to the debtor is his only source of income, on paying off the credit for a car Honda CR-V produced in 2014, which he put up as collateral in Gazprombank.

In addition, as Alexander Tuzov said to bailiffs, he had no property that he could sell to repay the debts.

At the same time, realtors estimate the two-storey house in the resort area of Akhuny located at 9B Spartakovskaya street, Penza, where the editorial office of the Internet mass medium founded by the debtor is situated, at several million roubles.

The plaintiff has already turned to bailiffs with a suggestion to save Alexender Tuzov from the loan that puts pressure on his family budget by selling the car, which cost over 1,000,000 roubles at the moment of purchase, on an auction.

As it was reported before, at present, all Alexander Tuzov's bank accounts are under arrest, a prohibition to register Alexander Tuzov's credit car Honda CR-V has been imposed.

The bailiffs also passed resolutions about enforcing the pledge on Alexander Tuzov's pension in the amount of 20%, as well as on his salary – in the amount of 50%.

The debtor is also restricted from travelling outside Russia.

Lastest headlines
Read also