Hyundai talked about his strategy for helping US federal workersJanuary 15, 2019
The South Korean automaker wants to help those who suffered from a partial stop of the US government. Monthly loan payments can be paid in an additional 30-day period.
It is not a secret to anyone that the government of the United States of America has been partially inactive for almost a month, which means that more than 800,000 people throughout the country are largely unemployed and, accordingly, have no income. So it remains for the Americans to continue to work, even if they are not paid. Amid all this injustice, the guys from the South Korean company Hyundai decided to help everyone who needs financial support.
Today, the automaker announced the launch of a payout program for federal workers affected by the shutdown of the US government.
Anyone who has purchased a car under the Hyundai Motor Finance credit program and is not currently receiving its legal salary is entitled to a 30-day deferment of payments. To do this, you need to contact the Hyundai representative in the United States and apply for participation in this program.
“We understand that many federal employees own Hyundai cars and not everyone is getting their salary now,” said Brian Smith, chief operating officer of Hyundai Motor America. “Hyundai is a brand that seeks to improve the position of its customers, and our desire to help all these people is our way of showing them that they are important to us.”
It is noteworthy that Hyundai is not the only company offering some assistance during this controversial period in American history. In fact, it’s very cool when companies care about their customers.
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