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05 Apr 2018

European Union (Payment Services) Regulations 2018

Thurles Credit Union | European Union (Payment Services) Regulations 2018

24 May 2018

Data Protection GDPR

On 25th May 2018, new EU regulations come into effect which are commonly reffered to as the GDPR regulations. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will strenghten data protection for all citizens within the European Union. GDPR is good news for members. It makes it easier for you to access your personal information and control how it is used.

27 Apr 2019

Online Loan Applications

Experience the power of our new Online Loan Application, an innovative way to secure your Thurles Credit Union loan efficiently and without any hassle.

30 May 2019

Member Notice Savings Cap

In recent years, Thurles Credit Union (TCU) has experienced a significant increase in the level of savings held by members. In 2018 alone, our savings increased by €7.46 million. Under Central Bank regulations, all credit unions are required to maintain reserves of at least 10% of our assets.

07 Oct 2019

Maintenance to our website

Due to maintenance to our website you will not be able to transact today the 30/09/19 from 5pm until 9am Tuesday the 01/10. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

01 Jan 2020

Managing Financial Debt

Thurles Credit Union | Managing Financial Debt

26 May 2020

Member notice for Online Banking Changes

Please note that we will be introducing some improvements to your Online Banking experience over the coming months. These changes are in preparation for compliance with European banking regulations - Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) - which come into force on September 14th 2019. These regulations bring additional safety and security to your online banking.

21 Jul 2020

Coronavirus

Due to the rise of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) within Ireland, we thought it to be prudent to share some of the additional ways you can access your Credit Union services.

eStatements

We’d like to do our bit to help the environment and here is where you can help. By signing up to receive eStatements you can help us in our bid to reduce the amount of paper we issue as an organisation.

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What is an e-statement?

An e-statement is an electronic version of your bank statement. It is formatted as a traditional bank statement, but is available as a portable document format file (PDF) via our web site.

Why e-statements are good for you?

E-statements more secure than receiving a statement via traditional mail. The statement is stored on our secure servers and is only accessible via online banking. We will alert you via email when your statement is ready to view. Your statements are available as soon as they are generated instead of needing to wait for mail delivery.

How do I Opt-In for e-statements?

You can Opt-In for e-statements from the Online Banking module within your members area. Once you are in Online Banking, click in Subscription Services, select Yes, I wish to opt-in for Electronic Statements and click the Submit button.

How do I save my e-statement for future reference?

Since the e-statement is provided to you as portable document format (PDF) file, you can use your PDF viewer software to save a copy of the statement to your local computer. You can then back it up electronically for archival purposes. You can also print the statement on your local computer and archive the paper copy of you wish. As with all online banking and personal information, you should ensure your computer is secured.

Will I be able to print my e-statement?

Yes. The e-statement is delivered to you as a PDF file which you can print on your local printer.

Will I need any special software to view my e-statement?

You will need a PDF viewer program. You probably already have one installed. The most commonly used program is Adobe Acrobat reader. This are available to download for free from their makers' respective sites.

What is Adobe Acrobat Reader, and why do I need it?

Adobe Acrobat Reader is one example of a PDF reader program. In order to view your e-statements you will need this or another PDF reader program installed on your computer. These programs are generally available for free download via the web.

How can I get Adobe Acrobat Reader?

You can download Adobe Acrobat reader from the Adobe web site.

Can I receive paper statements?

If you want a paper statement, simply contact the office and we can have one posted to you.