Congratulations to Danielle Thomson who was the lucky winner of May’s Big G Lottery Draw. Danielle has been a Glasgow Credit Union member for over 10 years and currently works for Glasgow City Council as a Program Manager for the upcoming European Championships. Danielle stated: “It was very, very good news getting the call to […]
The lucky winners of our Ideal Home Show ticket competition were: Diane Daly William Hanlin Roslaind Henry Kathleen Green Kathleen Smellie Janet McLean Rosina McCluskey Michelle Smith Allan Lowe Jessie Cassidy Alan Morton Agnes Dougan Elizabeth O’Donnell Suzanne Tierney Kevin Miller All winners will receive a pair of tickets to visit the Ideal Home […]
Our newly appointed Chief Executive is almost a month into the role and already has exciting plans for the growth and development of our credit union. With significant landmark events approaching, such as our 50,000th member and our 30th anniversary, David is keen to build on the success of the last three decades while maintaining […]
Please check first that you are eligible to apply:
You are aged 18 or over
You have a UK bank account in your own or joint names
You are a permanent UK resident
You have never been bankrupt or had a Court Decree
To complete your application you will need:
Your current employer's address details
Details of monthly income and outgoings
Bank or building society details (sort code and account number)
To enable us to make a decision on your loan application we will contact Credit Referencing & Fraud Prevention Agencies. This will register a search against your credit record and if your application is successful we will share the information we hold for you with these agencies. Further details are available in our Privacy Notice
It is important that you read the Privacy Notice document above. If there is anything that you do not understand, please contact us.
Please be aware that the longer you take to pay back a loan, the more you will pay back in interest. If you go for a shorter term your monthly repayment might go up, but you'll save in interest and pay back your loan faster.