Your extended loan payment becomes immediately due and demandable when the 60-day Grace Period ends. If you have provided us with postdated checks or signed up for auto-debit or auto-deduct arrangement, we will proceed with payment the new scheduled date after the Grace Period. Any unpaid amount will start to accrue additional interest and/or late fees after the Grace Period expires, per your signed loan contract.
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- How does Section 4 (uu) of the Republic Act No. 11494, otherwise known as the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act (“Bayanihan 2”), affect my loans with First Circle?
- Is my loan qualified for the Grace Period?
- How does the Grace Period work?
- When does the Grace Period start?
- What do I do to use the Grace Period?
- I have more than one loan that satisfies the 1-2-3 requirements for the Grace Period. Which loan gets the Grace Period?
- How do I pay my loans during or after the Grace Period?
- If I wanted to get the Grace Period, should I issue new postdated checks right away?
- Will my loan continue to earn interest during the Grace Period?
- Will my loan earn late fees and other charges during the Grace Period?