Savings Products Designed for Everyone
How can you save and withdraw funds?
Saving with us is easy.
You can pay money in via the following methods:
- A standing order from your bank account, or a one-off payment from your bank account
- Payroll deductions through your employer
- Transferring any Benefit into your Credit Union account
- Cash at our Central Office (Sheffield office only)
Save a regular amount weekly, 4 weekly or monthly – whatever suits you.
We have savings accounts to suit everyone and you can have your payments split across all of the products you hold with us….
|Want to draw your money out regularly?||Share 1 account with an Engage debit card or Basic Bank Account or withdraw from the office|
|Want to save up and see your savings grow?||Share 2 account – pay in directly, or transfer money and let it build. Also has free life savings insurance included (coverage up to £5000, conditions apply).|
|Want to save up for Christmas?||Christmas Saver account – keep the money in and you will get a bonus before Christmas, subject to minimum balance at 31 October of £200. All savers also entered into prize draw annually.|
|Want to secure an affordable loan?||Secured savings – we will move any savings on which your loan is based into this account until your loan is repaid. Also has free life savings insurance included (up to £5000 covered, conditions apply).|
|Aged under 16?||Junior Savings account that attracts interest and gets you into good habits early!|
Withdrawing funds from your account is also quite flexible:
You can also request a withdrawal through online services. This can be to the bank account you specify at this time. Please enter the details very carefully. This is also free of charge.
Completing a BACS authorisation form, and registering your chosen bank details to your credit union account by submitting this signed and dated form to us, will ensure that you can ring us and request a transfer to this bank account. Please be sure to set up a password and reminder on this form too, as we will ask you for this when you call. There is also an automated withdrawal line where you can leave your request for a withdrawal – ensure you give all the information requested in your message.
You will have a choice of a same day transfer (if the request is received by 3pm) which carries a fee of £2, or a 3-5 day transfer, which is free of charge. Please tell the staff member which you would prefer.
In the Sheffield office
You can withdraw cash at the Sheffield office, subject to a maximum (usually £50). Amounts over this are issued by cashable cheque (cashable at one of a number of participating Post Offices – please ask for details), again subject to a maximum, and also subject to front desk and cheque fees. Please check the fees that may apply to your withdrawal with a member of staff.