The number of consumers who got the dirty name in Campina Grande went from 771, in September 2017 to 1,146, in September of this year, a high of 49%. Despite this, the SPC data indicate that in the last month of September the delinquency declined in relation to the month August, when 1,914 people who became part of the negative list.
In the accumulated of the first nine months of the year, the city registered 10,966 delinquents, which corresponds to an increase of 6% when compared to the same period of 2017, when 10,390 debtors were registered.
Regarding the number of exclusions of the Debtors register, the SPC recorded that 577 people had the "clean name" in September 2017 and in the same period this year were 841, which represents a growth of 46%.
According to Carlos Botelho, President of CDL Campina Grande, the trend for the coming months is a fall in delinquency, since consumers enjoy receiving the extra salary to remedy the debts. "Usually the months of November and December have been characterized as a period of financial recovery," he said.