Help from other organizations: Banks

The FDIC released a Statement to “work with affected customers and communities. The FDIC recognizes that such efforts serve the long-term interests of communities and the financial system when conducted with appropriate management oversight and are consistent with safe and sound banking practices and applicable laws, including consumer protection laws.”

Most banks are listening and are prepared to step in and help. Contact your bank immediately and explore:

  • A temporary interest free loan
  • An mortgage payment deferrment during this time of crisis.

 

Most banks have dedicated coronavirus webpages and should be especially sympathetic to hospitality businesses. We have listed national financial institutions and have included links and the contact numbers:

  • Ally – 1-877-247-2559 Banking | 1-855-256-2559 Home Loans
  • Bank of America – 888.287.4637 Small Business Banking | 800.669.6607 Existing Mortgages
  • Capital One – 1-877-442-3764 Online Banking | 1-888-755-2172 (Access to a Branch) 1-844-88-SPARK (77275) (Digital Access Only) Small Business Banking
  • Chase – 1-800-242-7338 Existing Business Accounts | 1-800-848-9136 Mortgage Accounts | Phone: 1-800-848-9380 Financial hardship assistance
  • Citi – 1-877-528-0990 Small Business Banking | 1-800-283-7918 Mortgage Servicing through CitiMortgage | 1-800-685-0935 Mortgage Servicing through Citibank, N.A. | 1-855-839-6253 Mortgage Servicing through Cenlar
  • Discover – 1-877-247-2559 Banking | 1-855-256-2559 Home Loans
  • U.S. Bank – 800-872-2657 Customer Service | 800-365-7772 Home Mortgage
  • Wells Fargo – 1-800-956-4442 Online Banking | 1-800-357-6675 Home Mortgage