Ways to Apply for Our Loans Quickly - Link Credit Union Ltd
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From a PC, laptop or smartphone you can apply for your loan in a matter of minutes through our online banking or Link Credit Union App but if you prefer the tradition approach we’ve got options for you.

Call into the office In our Kingscourt, Bailieborough and Cootehill offices we have loan stands where you can pick up a green envelope which includes a loan application form.

Simply fill in the form at home, pop it in the envelope with the relevant documentation and drop it back into our dedicated drop box in our offices.

A member of our qualified lending team will be in touch to discuss your application.

Check out Our Website Check out Our Website You can download a loan application form from here. Simply fill it in and email it along with the relevant documentation to lending@linkcu.ie

A member of our qualified lending team will be in touch to discuss your application.

Don’t forget to include the relevant documentation so we can process your application promptly.

As part of the application process, you will be required to provide the following documents.

  • Photographic Proof of Identity i Current drivers’ licence, or passport. Public Services Card cannot be accepted
  • Proof of Address i A utility bill or bank statement dated within the last 6 months
  • Proof of PPS Number i Can be found on a payslip, medical card or E111 card – we cannot accept the Public Services Card
  • Proof of income i 2 recent wage/social welfare slips*
  • Bank Statements i 3 months Bank Statements to run back to back and finish within the last 3 months. Bank Statements are required if this is your 1st loan or total loan balance exceeds €10,000.

• If you’re employed, we’ll need two concurrent recent payslips
• If you’re self-employed, we’ll require recent audited accounts and confirmation of your tax position
• If you’re retired, we’ll need proof of pension (receipt or bank statement)
• If you’re unemployed, we’ll ask for proof of social welfare payments (receipt or bank statement)