Many Banks and financial institutions are offering hardship options for it’s members with these uncertain times. Below are some links to different institutions to help you get the answers you may be looking for.
If you are employed in Pennsylvania and are unable to work because of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), you may be eligible for Unemployment or Workers’ Compensation benefits. The Department of Labor & Industry will continue to provide important employment benefit updates as the situation evolves.
If you’re concerned about your studies or loan repayment, we can help you understand what to do in certain circumstances. We’ll be adding information for students, borrowers, and parents to this page on a regular basis, so please check back frequently.
You may be able to temporarily stop making your payments.
To provide relief to student loan borrowers during the COVID-19 national emergency, federal student loan borrowers can be placed in an administrative forbearance, which allows you to temporarily stop making your monthly loan payment. Read the borrower Q&As below to learn more, and contact your loan service provider to find out your specific options.
Coronavirus Update: Higher Images is 100% virtual and operational. Because we have so many clients in the health and medical, food, and e-commerce industries, we have gone to extra lengths to make sure we are here to help support and uplift our clients and keep them operational through the shutdown of non-essential businesses.
We are helping many of our clients find new ways to stay in business and operate virtually to carry their business forward through this situation. Please call us at 412-203-1996 to schedule an appointment if you would like to learn more about the options that you have online to reach out to clients and the public effectively. Our ticket system is available 24/7/365 and can be used by our clients to enter requests for changes or updates that need to be done to their website. Please call 412-537-8348 in case of a true emergency or critical questions/concerns you may have.
Wishing everyone the best through these trying times,
Bryan Thornberg, President of Higher Images, Inc.