By disposition of the Central Bank, the large electrical appliance chains will only open to collect personal loan installments
The Central Bank arranged that the large home appliance chains may open next week, but with restricted attention only to those people who need to pay installments of personal credits granted for consumption of the products they sell.
By Communication “A 6958”, large retail chains such as Frávega, Musimundo, Cetrogar and Naldo, among others of national scope that commercialize technology and household appliances and which are classified within the registry of “BCRA non-financial providers” must open from Monday, April 13 through Friday, April 17, all its branches exclusively for the collection of Personal Credit installments from their client portfolios.
That same provision of the Central Bank establishes that the service will be carried out according to the schedule published in the official bulletin dated 06/04/2020 as follows:
Monday the 13th: customers whose IDs end in 0 and 1 may pay their quota.
Tuesday 14: DNI ending in 2 and 3.
Wednesday 15: DNI ending in 4 and 5.
Thursday 16: DNI ended in 6 and 7.
Friday 17: DNI ended at 8 and 9.
During the first hour of attention, those over 60 years and groups at risk will have priority. In addition, all these entities must take strict measures and respect the hygiene protocols for the safety of all those who go to the branches.
To this end, all these companies are communicating these provisions to their clients through different digital channels, internet portals and the national and local media.
In their communications, businesses must clarify that attention is restricted exclusively to the payment of personal credit installments granted for consumption of the products they sell.
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