We're here if it happens.
Every two seconds, whether around the house, on the job, or just being in the wrong place at the wrong time, someone suffers a disabling injury.
Payment Protection may pay off your loan in the event of death, or make payments on your behalf if you become disabled.
As a result of unexpected illness, injury, or death eliminating their ability to earn a paycheck, even the most responsible person can be hit with bills they can’t pay, damage to their credit score, and even repossessions.
Speak with a loan officer or service representative about this valuable benefit today.
Payment Protection is affordable, it may cover both you and your co-borrower, and it is a part of your regular payment—giving you one less thing to worry about.
To learn more about Payment Protection, contact your loan officer or service representative today!
* “The Facts about Social Security’s Disability Program” Social Security Administration, Publication No. 05-10570, January 2018. Web. March 2018.
1Payment Protection may be available for personal credit cards, auto loans, personal consumer loans, and home equity loans.
Your purchase of Payment Protection is optional. Whether or not you purchase Payment Protection will not affect your application for credit or the terms of any existing credit agreement you have with the financial institution. There are eligibility requirements, conditions, and exclusions that could prevent you from receiving benefits under Payment Protection. You should carefully read the contract for a full explanation of the terms.