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GMAC Responds to GM Bankruptcy Filing

June 01, 2009

DETROIT — GMAC Financial Services is a creditor of General Motors Corp. (GM) and as such is taking the appropriate steps to protect GMAC's interests during GM's restructuring.

GM has submitted a motion to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court that, pending approval, would allow its direct business with GMAC to continue in the ordinary course during GM's restructuring. In addition, GMAC has been advised by GM that GM will take appropriate steps in the bankruptcy court to authorize a purchaser of the assets to comply with all of the contracts with GMAC, including all payment obligations.

GMAC continues to provide automotive financing products and services to GM and Chrysler dealers and customers, including retail auto originations, wholesale financing, insurance products, and servicing of customer loans. The company's non-automotive activities also continue uninterrupted.

GMAC is a bank holding company with a newly appointed board of directors and a diversified ownership structure. GMAC has not filed for bankruptcy, nor does it intend to, and the company continues to meet all of its obligations.

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