How do I apply for a loan?
Depending on the type of loan you are applying for, you would need to complete a loan form. You can find more information about the loans we offer here.
How long can you pay a loan back over?
It depends on the type of loan that you have applied for. You can find more information about each loan here.
I have forgotten my login details. How can I retrieve my details to access my account?
You would need to contact the office so these can be reset, you would then need to re-register creating new login details as we do not hold these for your security.
How can I apply for a top up on a loan for Xmas or does it have to be finished before I apply?
Where do I send the completed forms to?
You would need to email us your completed form on email@example.com or post it to us: The Bungalow, Pinkwell Lane, Hayes, UB3 1PE
I don't want to borrow but save. Do you pay interest on savings and what sort of rate?
How can I find out what the balance is on my account?
You can now call and use our automated telephone system to find out what your balance is.
What is open banking and is it safe?
To find out more about open banking, you can read our blog.
What's my pin number and where can I find this?
How can I access my online account?
How do I get the remainder of my child benefit? Do you send it or how do I access it please?
How secure is my money?
Thamesbank Credit Union is part of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and members’ savings up to £85,000 are therefore protected.
We invest any funds that are not being lent to other members. Any surplus that the credit union makes will be split roughly into three areas. Firstly there is a duty for all credit unions to develop reserves and a percentage of any surplus made will always go into the reserves of the credit union. Secondly, the credit union Directors may wish to put part of any surplus into developing the credit union or its products and services. Lastly, any remaining monies will be returned to savers in the form of a dividend.
If you have any other queries which aren’t listed here, then please contact us.