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What happens if I don't return an item?

FAQ: What happens if I don't return an item?

Answer:

A "first notice" is sent when books are seven days overdue, or when interlibrary loans or DVDs are two days overdue.

A "final notice" is sent 14 days later. The item is declared "lost" 35 days after the due date, and the borrower is billed for the cost of the item.

After 60 days, if this amount (in combination with any other fines) is more than $75, the account will be reported for debt collection via Unique Management Services and assessed an additional $10 fee.

Patron accounts are blocked from use if: (a) lost materials are not returned after a bill has been sent, (b) the account carries $10 or more in fines, (c) the account shows 25 or more items overdue, or (d) the account has been referred to debt collection.



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