Bank of Saipan gives 60-day loan payment deferral


Bank of Saipan is granting 60-day payment deferrals to all consumer and commercial loan customers whose accounts were less than 30 days past due at the time of the typhoon (August 2, 2015).

Our loan customers do not need to come to the bank to process any documentation, the deferral will be done automatically. As an example, if you were due for your August payment at the time of the typhoon, your new due date would be during the month of October, should you wish to keep paying your loan as scheduled, you may also continue to do that. There are no loan modification fees due on these payment deferrals. If you have a loan account with us that was more than 30 days past due at the time of the typhoon, please come into our Chalan Kanoa Branch to see one of our loan representatives to discuss your account.

Additionally, until further notice, our hours of operation for all CNMI branches will be Monday through Friday 8:45am to 1:15pm. (BoS)

Jun Dayao Dayao
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