COVID-19 Customer Resource Center

A message from our CEO:

The Personify team and I care deeply about COVID-19’s impact on your health and well-being, along with that of all our customers and employees and everyone around the world affected by the virus. We know that many of you are taking care of your loved ones, home-schooling your children, facing uncertain job security, and dealing with other unprecedented challenges. Our hearts go out to you. What you are dealing with is not easy. In this time of uncertainty, our focus is on keeping our employees and customers safe, secure, and informed. All of our staff members are now working from home for their safety, and they will be happy to address any of your questions or concerns. If you find the audio quality not quite as good as normal when you call them, it may be due to limitations in internet bandwidth at their homes. Please accept our apologies for that, but please understand that this is necessary to keep our employees safe.

We have put together a list of resources below to help guide you through these uncertain times, including information on how much money you may be eligible for under the new stimulus bill, the CARES Act.

Please take care of yourself and those around you. We all – you, us, and others in our communities – need each other now, more than ever.


Be safe,
Krishna Gopinathan
Personify Financial

COVID-19 Essentials

Getting Your Stimulus Check: While the IRS has not officially posted any information about stimulus payments, this article explains the details of the program.

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act): This requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19.

Small Business resources for COVID-19: Learn more about SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans.

COVID-19 Resources from the CDC: General information regarding COVID-19, including resources.

Filing for Unemployment

How to Apply for Unemployment Benefits: Losing a job is a startling and stressful event. If you or a household member has lost a job, please click this link and select your state on the website to find out information about filing for unemployment benefits related to COVID-19.

Who’s Hiring?

The companies listed below have all announced they are hiring temporary workers and full-time employees. Click the links below to apply.

7-Eleven: Up to 20,000 new jobs, nationwide.

Amazon: Opening 100,000 new full and part-time positions.

Aldi: Hiring for all stores and warehouses.

Costco: Looking to add hourly workers and is also offering work-from-home opportunities.

CVS: Plans to fill 50,000 full-time, part-time and temporary roles across the country.

Dollar General: Up to 50,000 available positions.

Instacart: Will be bringing on an additional 300,000 full-service shoppers to support cities nationwide.

Kroger: Hiring for more than 7,000 positions across its brands.

Papa John's: Looking to hire 20,000 new team members.

PepsiCo: Looking to hire 6,000 new employees across the U.S.

Pizza Hut: 30,000 permanent open positions.

Safeway: Hiring more than 2,000 workers.

Walmart: Plans to hire 150,000 hourly workers in the U.S.

Walgreens: Looking to fill 9,500 full and part-time jobs.

Zoom: Hundreds of job openings.

Additional Resources

HUD's eviction and foreclosure moratorium: Information that may help you keep your home.

Help covering pet care costs: Find help here for taking care of your pets.

Home Schooling Resources: Online education resources for K-12. Resources in your area for finding food and other essential services.

Mental Health Services: Information and resources provided by The National Alliance on Mental Illness.

List of banks offering help: to customers impacted by the coronavirus.