Toyota Financial Offers Payment Relief for Hurricane Florence Victims
Living through a natural disaster is a stressful situation, causing your life to be completely turned upside down. Therefore, it’s no doubt that those affected by Hurricane Florence are struggling to wrap their heads around what has happened and what needs to be done moving forward. Toyota recognized that citizens in the Southeastern part of the country likely do not have their monthly car payments in mind during this tough time, so the automaker has offered payment relief as a way to help out.
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Toyota cares deeply about the safety and well-being of its customers and is allowing lease and finance customers the opportunity to defer payments, redirect billing statements, and arrange special phone or online payments. Toyota Financial is also proactively reaching out to customers via email and phone in the affected areas to assess their needs and let them know what exactly is available to them during this time.
Toyota Financial Services customers can call 800-874-8822 or contact TFS via email using the Mail Center function after logging into ToyotaFinancial.com.
Toyota has a long-standing history of helping those in need during natural disasters, including donating $3 million toward the Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort in 2017. Additionally, national non-profit St. Bernard’s Project adopted the Toyota Production System to help organize relief efforts in an efficient way.
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If you wish to help those affected by Hurricane Florence — or those in Puerto Rico who are still affected by Hurricane Maria — visit the Red Cross website or text REDCROSS to 90999 to easily donate $10. Our team here at The News Wheel would like to extend our thoughts to anyone affected by the storm.