Absa’s payment relief plan gives instant, short-term relief to qualifying Absa customers who are struggling to pay monthly instalments on Absa credit products a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

APPLICABILITY PERIOD

Can defer payments for a period of 3 months

QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

Individuals

  • Customers in good standing (with up-to-date accounts),
  • Financial relief will be offered for the following credit products
    • Home Loans
    • Personal Loans
    • Credit Cards
    • Student Loans
    • Vehicle Loans

Business

  • Corporate and Business Customers in good standing (with up-to-date accounts),
  • Who have been financially impacted by the pandemic
  • Support to businesses is not limited to specific products. Absa will consider bespoke solutions for businesses, based on their unique requirements and operations.

HOW DO I REGISTER / APPLY?

HOW DO I GET SUPPORT

Wealth Clients: Please contact your banker

Business Bank Clients: Email Absa at:  covidlending@absa.africa

SME Clients: Email Absa at:  mybusinessbanker@absa.africa

Private Clients: Email Absa at:  bondrs@absa.africa

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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