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How to Join

Once you are resident or in employment within our common bond, you are eligible to join Roscommon Credit Union Limited. Members enjoy a wide range of member benefits and services such as secure savings and access to flexible, affordable great rate loans.

Opening an Account

Opening an account is straightforward and easy! Simply visit any of our three branch offices located in Roscommon town, Elphin and Strokestown. You will need the following;

 

Evidence of Photo Identification 

  •  A current, valid Passport or,
  •  A current, valid Drivers’ Licence

Evidence of Address

  • A Utility Bill dated within the last three monthts or
  • A Bank/Building Society Statement dated within the last three months

 

Evidence of PPS Number

  • A document from the Department of Social Protection of the Revenue Commissioners.

 

Please be advised that we are unable to accept the Public Services Card (PSC) as a form of identification, or of PPSN confirmation.

 

Other Requirements

On opening an account, you must lodge €10.00 and pay a €1.00 joining fee, this applies to adult accounts only. To remain a member you must retain €10.00 in shares in your account.

Junior Accounts

Children aged 17 years and younger can open a Junior Account with Roscommon Credit Union Limited. Junior accounts can also be opened on behalf of a child by a parent or legal guardian only.

To open a Junior Account, you will need;

Evidence of Photo Identification (Child)

  •  A birth certificate or,
  • A current, valid Passport

 

Evidence of Address (Parent)

  • A Utility Bill dated within the last 3 months or
  • A Bank/Building Society Statement dated within the last three months

Benefits of Joining Roscommon Credit Union Limited

Online account management with our Mobile & Online banking service

No transaction fees or charges
Free EFT to your Bank

No charge for your statements

FREE loan protection insurance

Commission FREE Foreign Exchange

Low Interest Rates

Interest calculated on a reducing balance

Flexible repayment options – weekly, monthly and fortnightly

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