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This is something you don’t hear very often: “I’m from your bank, and I’m here to help you.”
Yet that’s what some of the nation’s biggest banks are doing for their customers in storm-ravaged Texas and Florida. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma not only devastated thousands of homes and businesses, they also knocked out power and interrupted the lives of millions all across the southern United States.
If you’re one of those people, find your bank on the list below to see what they’re offering you — and how they’re helping others.
Automatically waiving or refunding these fees through Sept. 24:
Chase is also automatically starting a 90-day grace period to delay payment on mortgage and home equity payments, saying, “We’ll work together with customers on how to catch up on these payments. During the 90-day grace period, we won’t charge late fees or send negative information to the credit bureaus.”
Finally, Chase will reduce interest rates on certain new loans for small business owners.
Will provide payment relief for the next 90 days on credit cards, student loans, auto loans, home mortgage, home equity, and retail small business loans and lines of credit in FEMA declared areas.
Wells Fargo also donated $1.1 million to Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Florida and the Caribbean.
Donated $1 million dollars to charities assisting those most affected by Hurricane Harvey in the regions where Frost has operations.
Limited-time financial services in Florida after Hurricane Irma:
Regions donated $100,000 toward Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Launched an assistance program to support personal and small business customers impacted by Hurricane Irma:
TD also contributed more than $600,000 in financial aid towards Hurricane Irma relief efforts, and more than 100,000 towards Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
PNC Bank will waive the following fees through Sept. 18 for customers in FEMA areas affected by Hurricane Irma:
PNC Bank donated $500,000 to Hurricane Irma relief efforts
Some of the services that BB&T is providing through Sept. 30:
Contributed $500,000 to Hurricane Irma Relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
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