When Books Go Missing and Borrowers Go Bad, NYC Libraries Go to Collections
“Borrower beware. A quarter a day may not seem like much, but for tens of thousands of delinquent patrons, city library fines can add up to a whole lot of financial trouble, DNAinfo New York has learned. This year alone, the city’s three largest library systems sent some 60,000 overdue accounts to collections agencies, a process that prompts most embarrassed borrowers to quickly return, repay and repent.” (via DNAinfo.com New York)
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