Christmas is the season to be jolly. It’s a time for mistletoe and wine and all sorts of other seasonal treats. But for many people, it’s also a time of financial strain.
This is where Malahide Credit Union comes in. It’s possible to have a very special Christmas with a little help from Malahide Credit Union. We can help financially as the festive season approaches.
You can benefit from a Christmas loan at a competitive rate at Malahide Credit Union.
Enquire Now: https://malahidecu.ie/loan-calculator/
We have been informed that there’s currently a phishing scam targeting Credit Union members throughout the country, and we wanted to reach out, and make sure you have the information you need to help protect your members.
Members who have been targeted will receive an email from an address that seems legitimate, and will be titled something around finance or invoicing. The email will have a word document attachment, and when clicked on, it will prompt users to download additional files.
This scam is designed to infiltrate your members’ computers, monitoring their online interactions and recording personal details with a view to gaining access to personal financial accounts.
You can read more about phishing scams by following this secure link: http://bit.ly/2yN0PVp
Due to adverse weather conditions Malahide Credit Union will close tomorrow for the safety of our staff and members.
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Malahide Credit Union were delighted to sponsor tickets for today’s Zeminar event, to Class 4.1 students in Malahide Community School.
The entire year group had a great day. They gained a lot of insight into their own well being and mental health so it was a very successful and worthwhile trip.
They also picked up quite a bit of free goodies which went down well.
#zeminar #inspiringthenextgeneration #malahide
For reasons set out in the document below, the board of directors of Malahide Credit Union has reluctantly decided to limit the amount that an individual member can lodge each month to an aggregate amount of €2,000 (net of loan repayments).
This limit will take effect from 1st October 2017 and will be reviewed periodically by the board thereafter.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this decision but hope that you understand the rationale for it.
If you have any queries, please speak to a member of our staff.
Download Information Sheet: Information Sheet restricted lodgements
Credit unions have earned the number one spot for the best customer experience in Ireland again. Malahide Credit Union joins 270 other credit unions across the Republic of Ireland in topping the 2017 CXi Ireland Customer Experience League Table for the third year in a row.
The annual survey, carried out by Amárach Research for CXi, asks consumers to rate their experiences of 170 brands across 10 different sectors. Over 42,000 customer experiences were evaluated and credit unions again emerged as the overall winners, being rated highest for integrity, empathy and for the commitment of their staff. They were also singled out for the powerful bond forged with members – and the fact that the relationship with members was built completely on trust.
The CXi noted in its report that the products and services offered by credit unions are designed with the needs of their specific membership in mind, and said that credit unions were ‘the perfect example’ of organisations that ‘genuinely care’ about their members. The report also said that trust is a hugely important factor in the rankings, and that credit unions are one of Ireland’s ‘most trusted brands.’
There was a notable gap in the performance between credit unions and the banks. The highest ranking banks were Ulster Bank and AIB in 89th place.
Commenting on the great achievement by credit unions, Head of Marketing and Communications with the Irish League of Credit Unions, Emmet Oliver said: “Our members are our number one priority and each and every credit union endeavours at all times to deliver the highest possible standard of service for them. Credit unions are different from other financial institutions, not just because we are not-for-profit, but because decisions are made at a local level, allowing credit unions a good deal of flexibility to provide services that are tailored to the individual needs of members.”