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Several banks are offering relief for furloughed federal workers who missed their first paychecks on Friday amid the ongoing partial government shutdown.
Oklahoma’s First Oklahoma Bank says it will cover customers who aren’t getting paid during the shutdown. KJRH reported Friday that the bank said it will cover customers free of charge, even if they miss a deposit.
The article goes on to state the following:
“We’d like to tell all these federal government employees and others affected by this that we appreciate your service to the country,” bank chairman Tom Bennett said, according to the outlet.
— The Hill (@thehill) January 12, 2019
— Hawaii News Now (@HawaiiNewsNow) January 11, 2019
There are financial relief options available for federal employees and government contractors. Here’s how governments, banks and utility companies in Central Florida are responding: https://t.co/ICZJoM9Phx
— Emilee Speck (@EMSpeck) January 10, 2019
Banks allowing loan payments to be late without penalty…https://t.co/0lafCOTdeO
— blitz_burgh (@blitz_burgh) January 11, 2019
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