We know this is a difficult time for everyone, as COVID-19 has turned our worlds upside down. As business slows, we wanted to share with you resources for financial relief and additional opportunities to earn money.
QSR magazine reported that Pizza Hut has 30,000 open (and permanent) positions nationwide. Available jobs include cooks, shift leaders, restaurant managers, and virtual call center agents. Pizza Hut is also hiring more drivers to meet delivery demand increases. Apply Here »
CNBC reported that Domino’s Pizza expects to hire 10,000 new workers for full-time and part-time positions. They are looking for delivery drivers, pizza makers, customer service representatives, managers and licensed truck drivers for its supply chain centers. The need will vary based on individual stores. Apply Here »
Amazon is hiring for various hourly jobs, including shopper jobs, warehouse jobs and delivery driver jobs. No resume or previous work experience is required, and through April, Amazon is offering employees an additional $2/hour. Learn More and Apply Now »
The latest updates on what you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), including symptoms, medical conditions, how to prepare and additional resources for the community. Visit their website to learn more »
American Express is offering customers the potential to lower monthly payments, provide relief from late payment fees, temporarily lower interest rates and prevent accounts from going past due or further past due if you abide by the terms and conditions of their program. Receiving help from AMEX might require a phone call, but they are allowing delayed payments for 30-60 days. Visit their website to learn more »
Regions Bank is offering penalty-free CD withdrawal, waived fees for excessive withdrawals on all savings and money market accounts, as well as other deposit account fee waivers based on your needs. They are also offering loan and credit card payment relief, consumer mortgage payment relief upon request, and more. Visit their website to learn more »
Apple and Goldman Sachs will allow Apple Card holders to skip their March payment without incurring interest by signing up for a Customer Assistance Program. To join the Customer Assistance Program, Apple Card customers can either click the link here, message or call an Apple support rep directly through the Apple Wallet app. Learn More »
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We will continue to update this page as additional resources are made known to us, so please check back regularly. Know of additional resources not mentioned above? Fill out the form below.
Resources to look out for include: Credit Cards Allowing You to Skip Payments
Paid Surveys from Other Companies
Mortgage Companies Allowing Customers to Skip Payments
Usability Studies Paying for Online Research