NEW YORK, June 30, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Many businesses are feeling the strain of being closed for over three months. Having access to cash to buy supplies and meet payroll is essential to getting businesses up and running, and Community Financial Service Centers (CFSC) is helping support those businesses by cashing their business checks on the spot. Without the need to wait days or more for funds to clear, businesses have access to cash that can help make reopening a much smoother process.
“We’re in this together,” says Gina M. Palumbo, Director of Marketing at CFSC. “It’s a great opportunity for us to serve the businesses in our community and help them get back on their feet. With immediate cash, businesses can pay their employees and get the supplies they need to get back into the swing of things.”
From razor-thin margins to non-existent revenue, the course of this pandemic has left many businesses’ cash reserves and account balances running low. Under these circumstances, the timely payments of other financial obligations like payroll and additional expenses become more of a challenge. CFSC has provided this service all along and wants local businesses to know they are open and working extended hours and weekends to help businesses maintain positive cash flow when they need it most.
CFSC works with a number of businesses within its communities, providing a variety of financial services like immediate cash services, money transfers, bill pay, and debit card options to help them ease back into normal operations.
To find a CFSC location offering immediate cash services, please visit https://www.cfsc.com/locations for more information.
Community Financial Service Centers is a third-generation, family-owned business. We pride ourselves on being a vital part of our communities and, with over 200 locations nationwide, we have neighborhood families all over the United States. Our focus is providing financial services tailored to each unique location and their community’s needs so that our customers receive the services they need most.
Gina M. Palumbo
Director of Marketing