EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer)
A full range of EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) services are available to all members. This means that each credit union account has its own sort code, unique eight digit account number, BIC and IBAN.
As a result members can have social welfare, child benefit, pensions and other payments sent directly to their credit union account. The credit union can also transfer money to other financial institutions and utility companies on a member’s behalf, thereby reducing cash transactions and increasing security for members.
What is a SEPA payment?
SEPA stands for Single Euro Payments Area. A SEPA payment is sent through the SEPA Scheme. The SEPA payment scheme was created to simplify euro transfers between EU member states.
To make a SEPA payment you need:
- The IBAN of the person you want to pay
- The bank to which you are sending the payment to be a member of the SEPA scheme
- The payment to be in euro
Please note: Kilrush Credit Union is unable to accept SWIFT payments.
You may incur charges if you attempt to send money to your account in Kilrush Credit Union via SWIFT.
Quick Lodge Facility
The Quick lodge facility can save members queuing time. It can be used for making loan repayments or lodgements to savings. The Quick Lodge facilities are located in the Kilrush office. It is a safe and secure way of making lodgements to your Kilrush Credit Union account. There are envelopes available by the Quick Lodge area.
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