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How a credit union can provide a loan
The money that is saved by the members of a credit union is in turn lent out to other members. A credit union will take a members savings record with the credit union and their ability to pay as its main information when deciding whether or not to grant a loan. We will also carry out a credit check to see how you are handling aany other credit you may have. First Rate Credit Union reserves the right to carry out further financial checks where necessary.
Paying off the loan
For employees, you pay back the loan straight out of your wages by Payroll Deduction. Retired employees and immediate family pay the loan back by using a Bank Standing Order Mandate form,
which is also available from the same sources.
A death in the family is a difficult time for remaining relatives. If a first Rate Credit Union member passes away then our own benevolent fund can consider paying the balance of any loan owed to the credit union by the deceased, giving peace of mind to the family.
Credit Reference Agency Information Notice
First Rate Credit Union exchanges data with Credit reference Agencies for the purpose of credit checking, loan application assessments, fraud prevention and reporting of how well your account is managed. Full details of how Credit Reference Agencies may process your data can be found by clicking here
5-Star Fairbanking Award
After rigorous assessment, our loans have been granted a 5-star award from the Fairbanking Foundation in recognition of how our lending supports members in improving their financial health.