Sponsored: Cara Credit Union Celebrates Opening Of The 3,000th Current Account

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STEPHEN Crookes from Mount Eagle, Brosna got a pleasant surprise when he recently opened a Cara Credit Union Current Account and applied for a globally accepted Mastercard Debit Card.

As Cara Credit Union celebrated opening 3,000 current account since its launch in late 2019, they gifted Stephen with a cash prize to spend on his new Mastercard Debit Card.

Speaking to Stephen, he said; “ I was delighted when I heard the credit union had a current account with a debit card. I have been a loyal member of the credit union for many years, and I am delighted that I can do all my banking with them now.”

The Cara Credit Union Current Account includes the globally accepted Mastercard Debit Card with contactless payments, standing orders, direct debits, and the option of an overdraft facility.

The Current Account has simple and transparent pricing, making it one of the best value current accounts on the market.

A low monthly fee of €4.00 applies and that covers unlimited euro point of sale and contactless transactions, unlimited mobile and online banking and unlimited standing orders and direct debit processing and up to five euro ATM withdrawals per month.

The Credit Union current account is Apple Pay, Google Pay and Fitbit Pay enabled. Students and members over the age of 66 are eligible for free banking (T&Cs apply).

Pa Laide, CEO of Cara Credit Union added, “ The introduction of our Mastercard Debit Card has been a game-changer for our members. We are now in a position whereby our loyal members can do all their day-to-day banking with their local credit union, from anywhere in the world. As a not-for-profit organisation, we can put our members at the heart of what we do, this means we will continue to invest in products and services which enhance the lives of our members and the communities we serve in. “

If you would like to find our more about the Cara Credit Union current account , see their website www.caracreditunion.ie or call 066 712 2373.

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