Posted at 5:15 PM on July 13, 2011
by Paul Tosto
Wells Fargo bank this afternoon said it will offer "special assistance" to customers with outstanding loans who've been affected by Minnesota's government shutdown.
It didn't detail what help might be available but encouraged clients to call. "Wells Fargo will work one-on-one with its consumer customers to provide case-by-case options," the bank said. "Business customers are encouraged to work directly with their banker for solutions for any financial impacts from the shutdown.
Earlier this week. U.S. Bank said it would allow a month reprieve from most loan payments to customers affected by Minnesota's state government shutdown. The bank is offering the program to laid off state employees and others whose businesses are affected by the shutdown.