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  • Link Credit Union
    the best decision you could make for your money It s Your Credit Union Your Way Read More Loans No matter what you need Link Credit Union has your costs covered Over 95 of our Loans are approved so apply today Read More Forms Downloads We have a range of Forms Downloads and Useful Links made available at the click of a button for the convenience of our members Read More Other Services Offering our members more services We are not just about savings and loans so call into us and see how we can serve you Read More About Us Link Credit Union Ltd was formed following the amalgamation of Kingscourt Credit Union Bailieborough Credit Union and St Mary s Moynalty Credit Union Link Credit Union is now one of the 50 largest Credit Unions in the country Read More Loan Calculator Choose Loan Amount Required Amount of loan required 2 500 for 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Years Loan Type Standard 10 5 11 06 APR Fully Secured 6 9 7 14 APR Student Loan Rate 6 9 7 14 APR Repayment Term Weekly Fortnightly Monthly Calculate Start Application Why Link Credit Union Your loan repayment details Each repayment Total interest Total repayment Money Tips News videos Car Draw October 12 2015 Link Credit Union Ltd offer a Member s Only Car Draw For as little as 10 per draw you could have the opportunity to win a Brand New Car every 2 Read More Money Tips October 5 2015 Over Christmas many of us feel unnecessary financial pressure and there is a temptation to borrow and spend beyond our means leaving a very bleak Read More Kids and their Money October 5 2015 We will be unveiling our Money Advice with Kids video shortly so watch this space A big thanks also to all the kids that participated they were Read More Recent News Link Credit Union 1 week ago Link Credit Union shared a link See More See Less Bailieborough girl among finalists at national volunteering awards northernsound ie Northern Sound your local radio station for Cavan Monaghan broadcasting on 96 98FM Listen live online or download our App for iPhone and Android View on Facebook Share Likes 4 Shares 1 Comments 0 Rosemarie O Brien Kathryn Farrelly and 2 others like this Comment on Facebook Link Credit Union 1 week ago Link Credit Union added 2 new photos looking for volunteers VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED The recently formed Link Credit Union is comprised of Kingscourt Credit Union Bailieborough Credit Union and St Mary s Moynalty Credit Unions Link Credit Union is now one of the 50 largest Credit Unions in the country This is an exciting time for all members offering new services and products into the future The board believes that this enlarged Credit Union can also provide opportunities for those who may be contemplating gaining valuable experience in the financial services sector We are inviting new forward thinking people

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  • About Us | Link Credit Union
    to fair and reasonable rates on savings and loans Your savings contribute to your credit union s loan fund So your savings are helping other members Members like you A credit union exists only to serve its members not to profit from their needs Surplus income generated is returned to the members by way of a dividend and or is directed to improved or additional services required by the members Credit unions continue that Irish tradition of co operative self help It has been shown throughout history that by working together people can achieve far more through co operation than by individual effort The success of the credit union movements worldwide is a clear illustration of this Credit unions have served their members well in Ireland since 1958 and as long as there are active members they will continue to do so The Credit Union Story The modern Credit Union movement traces its origins to Germany and to Friedrich Willhelm Raiffeisen the Mayor of a small town in southern Germany who in 1849 formed societies which later evolved into Credit Unions The purpose of these Credit Unions was to enable people to help themselves in relieving debt and poverty A Credit Union is a democratic financial co operative owned and controlled by its own members Each Credit Union is run only to benefit its members all of whom have something in common the common bond The Credit Union movement was introduced into Ireland in 1958 by Nora Herlihy with the support of a number of other dedicated pioneers Since then the Credit Union philosophy of mutual self help has proved very popular and there are now over 500 Credit Unions affiliated to the Irish League of Credit Unions throughout the country In Ireland over 3 3 million members have recognized the value of credit unions and have savings approaching several billion euro with their credit unions There are thousands employed in the sector and many more thousands are volunteers involved in the movement Why Link Credit Union for the name The name Link Credit Union represents a link in a chain symbolising strength security support and unity Together we are stronger and will support each other in securing our members financial needs The word Link also represents the connection of all local communities surrounding Kingscourt Bailieborough Moynalty Mullagh Linking the 3 Credit Unions to each other and creating a wider community Each individual Credit Union has strong Links to their community and the brand Link Credit Union recognises this bond which will continue to be strong Each office will grow under this vibrant common brand reflecting the common bond or link which has been created Becoming Link Credit Union Ltd As you may be aware over recent years many Credit Unions have taken the strategic decision to join forces in the creation of larger stronger and more secure Credit Unions This has been done in order to meet the continuous regulatory obligations placed on Credit Unions and to meet the

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  • History | Link Credit Union
    in membership Kingscourt Credit Union acquired and refurbished the former Paddy Willy O Briens newsagents on the Main Street which was opened in July of 1992 The Common Bond of Kingscourt was also extended to serve the community of Nobber at this time as these surrounding areas were not already being served by any other Credit Union From humble beginnings it has grown to over 7 540 members and has given over 40 years of service to the local community There is over 33 million held in shares and over the years millions of euro have been borrowed and paid back by members who have benefited immensely by the existence of Kingscourt Credit Union Kingscourt Credit Union operates a School Saver Club every Thursday morning in the local primary schools which has proved to be a very successful way of encouraging children to save It also sponsors the annual Art Competition Third Level Education Scholarship Scheme school quiz and has sponsored many community and sporting organisations over the years Kingscourt Credit Union has also given away over 70 cars in our Members Car Draw since it started in October 2011 History of Bailieborough Credit Union One person who must be acknowledged as a pillar of the Credit Union movement in Bailieborough is William McElwaine He was one of a number of people who held meetings in 1965 with a view to setting up a Credit Union in the town On the 23rd May 1966 this goal was realised when ailieborough Credit Union was formally founded by Ms Nora Herlihy Founder and Managing Director of the Irish League of Credit Unions The first office was located in the courthouse opening on Fridays from 7 30 to 9 00 pm In November 1966 the office moved to Swift Travel Agency on Main Street and remained there until a premises on Lower Main Street was rented from the late Tommie Martin The Credit Union saw significant growth over those years so much so the Directors decided to purchase a dwelling house in Anne Street in 1976 This building was used until 1997 when the Credit Union moved to its current location on Main Street Today Bailieborough Credit Union has over 5 000 members and assets in excess of 25 000 000 From humble beginnings Bailieborough Credit Union can now offer members a vast array of financial services products from loans savings to insurance and online services History of St Mary s Moynalty Credit Union A study group was formed in September 1982 under the direction of the Late Fr P A Reilly PP and Moynalty Community Council In January 1984 St Mary s Moynalty Credit Union opened for business in Muintir Na Tire Hall and Newcastle Hall At this time the operations and management of the credit union were carried out by volunteers from the Board of Directors to whom we owe a huge debt of gratitude In April 1988 our Common Bond was extended to serve the communities of Mullagh Kilbeg which

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  • Photos/ Videos | Link Credit Union
    House Repairs Express Loans Farm Loans Why Borrow with Link Credit Union Why borrow with Link Credit Union Borrowing with Link Credit Union Ltd How to Apply for a Loan How To Apply The Irish Credit Bureau Difficulty with Loan Repayments Services CU Online CU Anywhere Payment Methods Youth Community Youth Section Schools Quiz 2016 Scholarships Donations Insurance Loan Protection Insurance Life Savings Insurance Death Benefit Insurance Cheaper Insurance Nominations Membership What you Need Becoming a Member of Link Credit Union Ltd Dormant Accounts Benefits of Membership Benefits of being a member of Link Credit Union Ltd Benefits of a Credit Union The Difference Between Credit Unions other Financial Providers Savings Shares Savings Current Accounts Schools Saving Scheme Life Savings Insurance My BugetBuddy Resources CU Online Help Section Forms Downloads FAQS Links Contact Us Home Photos Videos Photos Videos Photos Videos Link Credit Union Bailieborough Office Main Street Bailieborough Co Cavan A82 R982 Tel 042 9666009 Tel 042 9675000 Fax No 042 9667509 Email info linkcu ie Opening Hours Link Credit Union Kingscourt Office Main Street Kingscourt Co Cavan A82 Y5D5 Tel 042 9667509 Tel 042 9675000 Fax 042 9667509 Email info linkcu ie Opening Hours Link Credit Union Moynalty

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  • Testimonials | Link Credit Union
    Union Borrowing with Link Credit Union Ltd How to Apply for a Loan How To Apply The Irish Credit Bureau Difficulty with Loan Repayments Services CU Online CU Anywhere Payment Methods Youth Community Youth Section Schools Quiz 2016 Scholarships Donations Insurance Loan Protection Insurance Life Savings Insurance Death Benefit Insurance Cheaper Insurance Nominations Membership What you Need Becoming a Member of Link Credit Union Ltd Dormant Accounts Benefits of Membership Benefits of being a member of Link Credit Union Ltd Benefits of a Credit Union The Difference Between Credit Unions other Financial Providers Savings Shares Savings Current Accounts Schools Saving Scheme Life Savings Insurance My BugetBuddy Resources CU Online Help Section Forms Downloads FAQS Links Contact Us Home Testimonials Testimonials Testimonials On behalf of CastleVilla AFC I wish to express our sincere appreciation of the donation made by Link Credit Union Ltd to our Club We value the support all this time and in the past CastleVilla AFC Link Credit Union Bailieborough Office Main Street Bailieborough Co Cavan A82 R982 Tel 042 9666009 Tel 042 9675000 Fax No 042 9667509 Email info linkcu ie Opening Hours Link Credit Union Kingscourt Office Main Street Kingscourt Co Cavan A82 Y5D5 Tel 042

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  • SEPA | Link Credit Union
    bank debit card a means of payment favoured by many Europeans today And when you wanted to transfer money from your home bank account to an account in another euro area country the payment could take much longer and sometimes the beneficiary did not get the full amount The Single Euro Payments Area or SEPA for short changed all this It made all electronic payments in the euro area as easy as cash payments You can make fast and secure transfers between bank accounts anywhere in the euro area And if you are shopping abroad you can also use your bank debit card to make a payment in euro as you would in your home country It also means better banking services for all transparent pricing valuable guarantees ensuring that your payments are received promptly and in full and banks assuming responsibility if something goes wrong with your payment What s the SEPA idea In a working SEPA environment you will no longer be obliged to maintain a bank account in any particular country for the purposes of making or receiving payments An account anywhere in SEPA area can make or receive a euro electronic payment from any other account in SEPA area For example an Irish person working in France can have his French employer pay his salary directly to an Irish bank account and use that account to pay rent by direct debit for his or her apartment in France Likewise someone owning a holiday property in Spain could pay Spanish utility bills by direct debit from an Irish bank account or alternatively just operate a bank account in Spain and use that account to pay Irish utility bills by direct debit What methods of payment are covered by SEPA SEPA covers all Electronic Payments Standing Orders Direct Debits Social Welfare payments Salaries by Paypath and payments you make using CU Online or your bank s Online Banking If you want to receive money by electronic transfer You need to give your International Bank Account Number IBAN and Bank Identifier Code BIC to whoever is going to pay you National bank account and National Sort Code NSC schemes should have been abolished from February 2014 and only IBAN and BIC should be used going forward for national and cross border payments If you want to pay money by electronic transfer You need to get International Bank Account Number IBAN and Bank Identifier Code BIC from whoever you are going to pay For transfers outside of the Republic of Ireland each Financial Institution may require different information so the best way is to get and provide all bank details Bank name and address account number sort code IBAN and BIC Where can I find my BIC and IBAN for my Link Credit Union account Your Link Credit Union BIC Code is BIRUIE21XXX You can find your IBAN and BIC of your Credit Union account on your account statement mostly in the top of the statement on your transaction slips

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  • Complaints Procedure | Link Credit Union
    Member complaints may include where our service is unduly slow or inefficient where we may have been less than courteous where you think we have discriminated against you where something has occurred in respect of your account which you are not happy with our failure to offer a product or service to you any other matter Any Complaint will be investigated fairly and in accordance with our Complaints Policy and under rule 160 of the Standard Rules for Credit Unions Thankfully Link Credit Union rarely gets Complaints but we are keen not to become complacent If something has gone wrong we want to hear from you not lose you as a member Making a complaint Step 1 Complaints can be made known orally to any Link Credit Union Officer in any of our Credit Union offices Members will be offered the opportunity to have the complaint handled by our Complaints Officer and in accordance with our Members Complaints policy The Link Credit Union Officer must record the complaint in the Members Complaint Register and inform the Members Complaints Officer about the complaint Should a member wish to make a complaint in writing please enclose the complaint in an envelope marked F A O Complaints Officer Link Credit Union Main Street Kingscourt Co Cavan A82 Y5D5 Complaints can be dropped into any Link Credit Union Office or posted using the address above Once a written Complaint has been received the Complaints Officer must record this in the Member Complaints Register Making a complaint Step 2 Where a complaint is made the Complaints Officer will offer to meet the member in private to discuss the matter Where the complaint relates to that officer or a decision s he has made another officer will arrange to meet the member The member will be

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  • Deposit Guarantee Scheme | Link Credit Union
    a Member of Link Credit Union Ltd Dormant Accounts Benefits of Membership Benefits of being a member of Link Credit Union Ltd Benefits of a Credit Union The Difference Between Credit Unions other Financial Providers Savings Shares Savings Current Accounts Schools Saving Scheme Life Savings Insurance My BugetBuddy Resources CU Online Help Section Forms Downloads FAQS Links Contact Us Home Deposit Guarantee Scheme Deposit Guarantee Scheme Deposit Guarantee Scheme Deposit Guarantee Scheme The Deposit Guarantee Scheme DGS protects depositors in the event of a bank building society or credit union authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland being unable to repay deposits Deposits up to 100 000 per person per institution are protected The DGS is obliged to issue compensation to depositors duly verified as eligible within 20 working days of a credit institution failing The DGS is administered by the Central Bank of Ireland and is funded by the credit institutions covered by the scheme Each credit institution is required to maintain a Deposit Protection Account DPA equivalent to 0 2 percent of their total deposits in order to fund the DGS The DGS is part of the Central Bank of Ireland s strategy to ensure that the best

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