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10 May 2018

Update To Privacy Statement May 25th 2018

T.P.M. Credit Union | Update To Privacy Statement May 25th 2018

01 Apr 2020

TPM Credit Union AGM 2020

T.P.M. Credit Union | TPM Credit Union AGM 2020

23 May 2020

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MEMBERS WISHING TO APPLY FOR LOANS

Covid-19 update for Members wishing to apply for a loans.

26 May 2020

Important Information For Members

T.P.M. Credit Union | Important Information For Members

23 Jun 2020

Updated Opening Hours

T.P.M. Credit Union | Updated Opening Hours

Membership

Our credit union is for people, not for profit

Why Join?

No fees - Free Services - Convenience - Community Benefits

  • There are no account fees, maintenance costs or charges
  • We have a wide range of financial services available with a variety of discounts and free services for members
  • Competitive loan interest rates
  • Encouragement and advice on a regular savings programme
  • Return on your savings through annual dividends and loan interest rebate
  • Pay into your savings or pay off your loan by standing order without calling in
  • Loan Protection, Life Savings and Death Benefit insurance at no direct cost to eligible members

How do I Join?

Joining is Easy! To be eligible for membership of T.P.M. Credit Union Limited you must be living within our common bond area. Our common bond area is 6 miles from Eleven Lane Ends, 61 Clare Road, Tandragee.

The common bond is the factor which unites all the members of T.P.M. Credit Union Limited - it is what all members have in common i.e. where they live. Because of the common bond, all members have the good of their credit union at heart; they know and trust each other.

You need to present 2 forms of identification to join, £1 joining fee and a minimum of £10 lodged to your account and keep the it activated.

Two forms of identification.

Two form of ID from each of the sections below is required:

  1. Either a current valid passport or driving Licence AND
  2. Evidence of current address - one of the following - a Utility bill , Electricity or phone bill, Bank or building society statement.