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Hyundai Deferring Car Payments For U.S. Federal Employees During Gov’t Shutdown

The Consumerist
Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Hyundai Deferring Car Payments For U.S. Federal Employees During Gov’t ShutdownJust because the government has the misfortune to shut down doesn’t mean all the expenses federal employees have to pay for are put on hold — far from it. Bills are still due for many affected by the shutdown, but Hyundai Motor says it wants to help any affected U.S. workers by deferring payments they owe on the car company’s … [More]
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