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Post time 2018-8-6 16:07:10 |Display all floors
(Xinhua) -- High-end hotels in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality have been required to ban debt defaulters, police said.

Debt defaulters have been refused to check in at four- and five-star hotels 2,187 times since October 2017, said a police officer with the municipal public security bureau.

The court blacklist database of those who fail to repay their debts has been connected to the hotel information management system. If anyone on the list intends to check in, the hotel will be notified automatically by the system, the officer said. Hotels violating the ban will be fined.

As authorities work to establish a reliable nationwide credit rating system, courts are exploring new ways of punishing those who do not pay their debts despite valid verdicts. Among them are bans on first-class flights and lower scores on Sesame Credit, a credit-scoring system run by Alibaba subsidiary Ant Financial.

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Post time 2018-8-6 17:12:15 |Display all floors
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Post time 2018-8-6 18:04:21 |Display all floors
It's not just Chongqing, elsewhere too, includng Shenzhen.  And debt defaulters are barred from buying airline tickets, etc!  The net is closing in on them!

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Post time 2018-8-7 14:13:00 |Display all floors
This post was edited by pnp at 2018-8-7 14:52

A debt defaulter was unable to return from Japan because he was blacklisted and unable to buy a ticket; his family in China immediately paid off his debt and the blacklist was removed, allowing him to fly home!

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