How Do I Become a Member?
Becoming a member of Antrim Credit Union is simple, you must live within 10 miles of our Antrim office – this is our common bond.
You will need to fill in a membership form and bring it to one of our offices, along with two forms of identification; one must be photographic (passport/driving license) and one proof of address (bank statement/ utility bill)
Membership forms are available in our branches or you can download one from the link on this page
Benefits of Joining Antrim Credit Union Limited
Flexible & Convenient: Loans at low interest rates – Members can take out flexible loans and repay at tailor-made schedules
Earn a Dividend on Savings and a Rebate on Loan Interest paid: Each year we pay a dividend on member’s savings – this is generated by any surplus made throughout the year and returned to members. If you have borrowed with us over the year you can also recieve a rebate on any loan interest you pay. Savings are also covered by insurance
No Transaction Charges or Hidden Fees: You can be assured of a professional service from celebrex Antrim Credit Union at all times and there are no transaction fees charged on accounts
Loan Protection Insurance: The Credit Union provides insurance cover on each qualifying member to clear any outstanding loan balance after the borrower dies
Insurance on Savings: Antrim Credit Union provides life insurance cover for its eligible members as an additional incentive for them to save regularly in the Credit Union. The amount of insurance benefit to which a member is entitled is in proportion to the amount of savings the member has and benefits are payable only on the death of a member.
Death Benefit: Every member of Antrim Credit Union is covered by a Death Benefit Insurance which is a one-off payment of £2,000 designed to help out with funeral expenses. (provided the member joins before the age of 70) Each member pays a small fee for this each December which is deducted automatically from Shares (£10.00 approx.)
CUSOP System: With this system, members are all given their own sort code and account number, just like with a bank account. This makes saving money and making loan payments easier than ever before by giving members the chance to pay straight into their accounts from home!