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Introducing eLoans

Getting a loan doesn’t have to be a chore. That’s why we’ve introduced eLoans, our new remote loan application facility. Not only does eLoans give members greater privacy, it’s the fastest way to get a loan approved too!

 

How it Works

Members can avail of our eLoans facility in 3 simple steps.

 

1. Call it in

 

Call our dedicated eLoans team on (01) 851 3400 (choose Option 1) and we’ll promptly process your application.

 

2. Ping an email

 

After our dedicated eLoans team have taken your application on the phone, you can email the necessary documents required to assess your application to eloans@mfcu.ie.

 

3. Ta-dah!

 

Once your documents are approved, your loan will be finalised and the funds could be in your bank account in as little as one business day.

 

Remember, loans can only be collected by the applicant in any local Member First Credit Union branch. Find your nearest branch here.

 

Anyone can offer you a loan. But you’re better off with Member First Credit Union …

 

  • Super-fast 3 hour loan approval
  • 97% loan approval rate
  • Competitive loans at discounted interest rates
  • Personal loans from €500 – €75,000
  • Flexible repayment options
  • No fees or charges on loan applications
  • Free loan insurance
  • Local expertise – serving your community for over 50 years
  • Number 1 for customer service

 

Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Credit facilities are subject to repayment capacity and financial status and are not available to persons under 18 years of age. 3 hour loan approval decision applies to active members with fully completed loan applications processed within 3 hours 9.30am – 1pm, Mon – Fri excl. bank holidays. Excludes applications to restructure or clear existing credit facilities and applications received through our branch network. Loan approval rate is based on loans applied in 2017. Credit Unions are ranked No. 1 for customer service according to Customer Experience Insights (CXi) Survey 2018. Member First Credit Union is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

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