Firestone Financial to Assist Customers Impacted by Hurricane Dorian
SEP 9, 2019 - 6:30 am
Firestone Financial, a subsidiary of Berkshire Bank, plans to offer assistance to customers impacted by Hurricane Dorian, which hit the Southern United States late last week.
“During a major hurricane like Dorian, the last thing we want is for our customers to worry about their loans and other finances,” said Michael Smith, executive vice president, chief operations officer. “Their focus should be on their own safety and the safety of their families.”
“We’ll work with impacted customers in this time leading up to and in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Our priority is helping our customers protect and preserve their businesses,” continued Smith.
Firestone Financial customers who are affected by the hurricane and should contact their account representative or the customer service department at 1-800-851-1001.
Founded in 1965, Firestone Financial is a nationwide finance company serving the amusement, carnival, fitness, vending and laundry industries. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Bank.
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