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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Credit Card and Debt Relief

As the world continues to cope with the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis, government officials throughout the U.S. have taken important steps to curb the spread of the virus. At the same time, many businesses, financial institutions and government entities are stepping up to provide some relief to those who are worried about their financial security.

To help you navigate the relief options currently available in the U.S., we've compiled the following list of financial and non-financial institutions' websites where you can find more information on relief measures. This page will be updated as more resources become available.

Financial Institutions

Ally
American Express
Apple Card from Goldman Sachs
Bank of America
Capital One
CBC Federal Credit Union
Chase
Citibank
Citizens Bank
Common Bond
Deserve
Discover
Earnest
Fannie Mae
Fifth Third Bank
Freddie Mac
Gesa Credit Union
Great Lakes Student Loans
Laurel Road
Lending Club
Marcus by Goldman Sachs
Mariette / Best Egg
Merrick Bank
MyFedLoan
Navient
Navy Federal Credit Union
OneMain Financial
ORLN Federal Credit Union
Payoff
PNC
Santander
SoFi
Suntrust / Lightstream
US Bank
USAA
Wells Fargo

Non-Financial Institutions

AT&T
Cox
Southern California Edison
Southern California Gas Company
Spectrum
Sprint Wireless
T-Mobile
Verizon
Xfinity

Government Resources

California Governor on Housing
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
FCC
FDIC
Internal Revenue Service
New York Governor on Housing
U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Small Business Administration

Auto Lenders

BMW of North America
Chrysler Capital
Ford Credit
GM Financial
Honda Financial
Hyundai
Kia Motors America
Lexus Financial
Mercedes-Benz Financial Services
Nissan
Toyota Financial

For information focused on current health guidance, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's COVID-19 resource page.

 

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