COVID - 19 NOTICE
Please be advised we are reducing our office hours from Monday 30th March as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday-10AM TO 1.30PM. Friday 10.00am to 1.30pm and 2.30PM TO 6.00PM. No late opening on Fridays evening.
The office will be manned Monday, Tuesday & Thursday afternoons from 2.30pm to 6pm to take calls from members.
During this time we are suspending the opening of New Accounts and would urge Members to avail of our Debit Card facility to transact with the credit union.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact counties across the Republic of Ireland, Ballaghaderreen Credit Union is conscious that some Members may wish to avoid coming into our offices to carry out transactions. Therefore, we would like to remind Members to use their Debit Card by contacting our office by phone 094-9860522. Members can also lodge monies to their credit union account via their Credit Union BIC & IBAN.
You can avail of the following services by calling our Office on 094-9860522
- Get a Quote for a Loan.
- Initiate a Loan Application.
- Request a copy of your credit union account IBAN & BIC. This will allow you to transfer funds into the Credit Union from your bank account.
Members can avail of the following services by email:
Request a copy of your credit union account IBAN & BIC. This will allow you to transfer funds into the Credit Union from your bank account. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enquire about a new or existing loan application.
Members wishing to lodge payments direct to their loan account, can use the letter box when the office is closed. Please ensure monies are enclosed in an envelope clearly marked with member name, date, account number, contact details such as a mobile number, and the amount enclosed.
In the event of a Covid-19 incident preventing public access to our offices, please note that all electronic payments e.g. standing orders will be processed as normal.
We would advise all members to keep up to date with the ongoing updates and recommendations in relation to Covid-19.