Ford Credit and Mazda American Credit are currently sending out letters to their customers who may have been victims of Hurricane Dennis informing them that they have the opportunity to defer up to two vehicle payments. The Disaster Relief Program allows customers who have been hit hard by the natural disaster to defer these payments without incurring additional extension fees. The program affects people living in 11 counties in Alabama and Florida that have been declared federal disaster areas by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. We have to give these two companies credit for a classy and caring gesture towards a group of people who could use a hand rebuilding their lives, and hopefully this program will reappear for future victims of hurricanes and other natural disasters.
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