As a nor’easter piles on, the $1.9 billion, 151,000-member NEFCU in Westbury, N.Y., said Wednesday it’s offering a selection of special credit products to help the Long Island-based credit union’s members recover from Hurricane Sandy.

They include a hurricane relief loan that includes a 1% APR for the first year and optional 90-day deferral for the first payment, a one-percentage point discount on pre-owned vehicles from Enterprise Car Sales, a 90-day deferral on any NEFCU auto loan, and zero interest for six months on any purchases made at major home improvement retailers with the credit union’s Platinum VISA card. 

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