Yes. We have open membership.
Yes you can. All your information is digitally stored and accessed throughout the Police Credit Union networked branches.
Yes you can. We understand persons may only have a National ID which would be accepted on a case by case basis.
You may submit your rent receipt to verify your current address.
Simply visit the Credit Union and provide your full name and identification to the representative who will be able to provide you with your account number and other requested information.
Yes it can. Once all documentation has been submitted, we can facilitate and accept the monthly payments.
Yes, all juvenile applications, once submitted with the requested documents, may apply for membership, whether they have a Passport or not. For those who possess a form of ID (Passport and/or National ID), it is encouraged to have these submitted for records purposes.
Yes you can. To conduct transactions on behalf of another member of Police Credit Union, you would need to have Power of Attorney unless you are the parent of a juvenile member.
Submit your completed application form, with the necessary supporting documents. Applications without a recommender are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and put forward for recommendation by a member in good standing.
Yes you can. You may also need to complete a Know Your Customer (KYC) or a Maintenance form along with submitting supporting documents. You can contact us before hand and we will provide you with all the necessary details.
New members (less than six months membership) can only access our Share Incentive Loan or Personal Loan. All other loans will require the member to have at least six (6) months membership and a pattern of regular saving.
No, all loan applications completed and submitted online will require further processing once it reaches the Loans Officer. Our e-loan service is a pre-approval process to facilitate quicker transactions for members seeking a loan at the Credit Union.
You may be able to access another loan based on your current shares and ability to repay. Should you desire to access another loan, inform your Loans Officer and he/she will provide the necessary financial advice on the matter.