Bank comes to Cyclone Gita rescue

By Ilia L. Likou ,

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B.S.P. Samoa Country Manager, Taitu’uga Maryann Lameko-Vaai.

B.S.P. Samoa Country Manager, Taitu’uga Maryann Lameko-Vaai.

The Bank South Pacific (B.S.P.) is offering a cyclone relief “Principal and Interest” repayment holiday for all their valuable customers. 

B.S.P. Samoa Country Manager, Taitu’uga Maryann Lameko-Vaai, made the annoucement last week.

“This means to assist with rebuilding efforts, our customers who were impacted by the cyclone will not have to make any repayments on their loans for up to three months or six months in most severe cases,” Taitu’uga said.

“At B.S.P. we have a long history of helping the Samoan and Pacific community in times of need.

FLOODING DEVASTATION: Flooding was one of the biggest problems during Cyclone Gita. It affected hundreds of residents who live close to rivers.
FLOODING DEVASTATION: Flooding was one of the biggest problems during Cyclone Gita. It affected hundreds of residents who live close to rivers.

“The impact of this natural disaster is without precedent in our country, but the faith and resilience of our people will help us rebound quickly.

“B.S.P’s humble assistance is merely to offer some relief as we begin to rebuild our homes and our businesses.”

The B.S.P. main Branch in Apia and branches in Salelologa and Vaitele are open for full banking services during normal trading hours to assist customers with cash needs as well as other payable and receivable needs including telegraphic transfers and Moneygram.

B.S.P. Customers are urged to contact B.S.P. main branch on +685 66100 for any assistance.

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