In an email received by MacRumors reader Frequeniquity, Apple found that he might have been "affected by natural disasters" and invited him to sign up for the Disaster Relief program. The project has the following advantages
Interest will be deducted for 2 months after the user submits registration. In two months, the standard credit card interest rate (APR) will be restored.
In the month of user registration, you can skip the postponement of this month to next month.
If your account is creditworthy, it will remain current at the time of registration.
:: If your account information shows that it is overdue, the account will no longer be overdue when you register. However, the account will remain overdue until the user has paid all the arrears, and the purchasing power will be limited.
According to emails sent to Apple Card users, those interested in applying for a relief plan should contact the Apple Card expert upon receipt of the email.
Apple seems to have sent these emails to customers who have registered their addresses in the region where natural disasters occur, which would probably facilitate all users of``AppleCard'' who experience problems such as floods, fires and earthquakes.