Yule have a great Christmas with Omagh Credit Union

Omagh Credit Union is ready and willing to help all members of its community with any borrowing needs they might have. In particular, you might need help during the Christmas period when expenses have a habit of exceeding income. It’s worth pointing out that you do not have to be a member at the moment, but, of course, to qualify for a loan, you do have to become one by opening a share account and providing necessary details. A member of our staff will take you through the process which is very straightforward; to save time, it is easier if you arrive at our office with what’s going to be necessary: Photographic ID (eg driving licence, passport, electoral card and a current utility bill like electricity or phone – these have to be up-to-date, received within the last three months).

Existing members with a good record of borrowing will usually have no problem with their application for a loan. Applicants for first time loans will have to provide us with evidence that they can afford to repay what they borrow. The evidence will be three months bank statements or other verification of income. Occasionally this checking process shall be necessary for established applicants. New members will be made heartily welcome to our community service. We know that, like existing members, they will be delighted with our facility, and will commence a life of sensible and productive borrowing. To all existing and newly joining members we again stress our willingness to help. We wish you all a Happy Christmas.


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