Federal Government Shutdown
If you have been affected by the federal government shutdown, here are some resources that may help. Dial 911 for all emergencies.
Special payment arrangements for USAA credit cards, consumer loans, and insurance; mortgage assistance.
Affected AT&T customers are eligible for adjusted late fees, payment extensions, and more.
Chase will waive or refund overdraft and monthly service fees for federal employees.
Citibank offers assistance to affected members including short-term forbearance programs and loan modifications.
$100 grants by the Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund to active federal employees experiencing unusual hardship.
Hunger Free America helps you locates food services in your area.
Central Pennsylvania Food Bank is providing food for affected employees and their families.
The State Department Federal Credit Union provides services for furloughed members including 0% loans and delayed loan payments.
Key Bank is offering assistance to affected members including a borrower assistance program and special personal loans.
Better Mortgage is offering two refinance options to affected federal employees with a FICO score of 620 or higher.
Interest free, one-time cash advances up to $500.
PNC Bank is offering benefits to affected members including short-term loans and other assistance programs.
SunTrust Bank is offering assistance to members including 90-day, no-interest loans and no-payment options.
TD Bank is offering benefits to affected members including loan assistance and late fee refunds.
Affected employees and contractors qualify for six months of assistance, including diapers and feminine hygiene products.
FedChoice Federal Credit Union provides services for furloughed members including loans and financial counseling.
The U.S. Postal Service Federal Credit Union is offering emergency loans up to $10,000 at 4% APR.
Verizon is waiving late fees for affected customers.
Wells Fargo is offering reversal of fees and flexible loan options.