EVANSVILLE, Ind.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OneMain Financial has implemented a Borrower’s Assistance program to provide relief to customers in Louisiana affected by Hurricane Barry. The program, which went into effect July 24, will give eligible customers options, including deferring loan payments. The program is slated to end August 26 and includes eligible customers in 41 parishes.
“OneMain was built on the premise of helping people in difficult situations, and we are sympathetic to the hardships our customers in Louisiana are facing as a result of Hurricane Barry,” said Gary Fulk, Senior Managing Director at OneMain Financial, who oversees all operations in Louisiana. “We want to help affected customers and encourage them to contact us if they need assistance with their loans.”
Approximately 42,000 accounts across 27 branches in the 41 parishes are eligible for the program. OneMain currently has more than 30 branches in the state, employs close to 130 Louisianans and services almost 50,000 customer accounts.
In addition to a possible deferment, the program ensures that eligible borrowers do not incur additional costs due to program adjustments, including interest accrual, late fees and returned payment fees.
For more information, customers should visit OneMainFinancial.com or call 844-791-3990 to discuss assistance options.
About OneMain Financial
OneMain Financial (NYSE: OMF) has been offering responsible and transparent loans for over 100 years. With nearly 1,600 locations throughout 44 states, the company is committed to helping people with their personal loan needs. OneMain and its 10,000 team members are dedicated to the communities where they live and work. For additional information, please visit OneMainFinancial.com.