Saving feels good... but winning feels great!
Saving feels good but
winning feels great!
Start Saving in your PrizeSaver account
London Capital Credit Union wants to encourage people save regularly for a rainy day. The PrizeSaver account is a UK wide credit union savings account with monthly prizes open to all of our members. Every pound you save to your PrizeSaver account enters you into a monthly prize draw (up to 200 entries pcm). There are 21 prizes up for grabs every single month, with a grand prize of £5,000 and twenty further prizes of not less than £20.
Don’t forget you can see details of past winners at www.PrizeSaver.co.uk
Use your membership number to complete this simple form :
Not already a member, join now.
Making deposits into your Credit Union account.
Standing Order & Bank Transfer
These payment methods are suitable for one-off deposits and/or recurring payments into savings from your bank account.
The easiest way to set up a Standing Order is to use online banking or to contact your bank.
You must use your membership number (or NI Number) as the reference for every payment.
London Capital Credit Union
NB Some banks may say account does not match the name because our full name, London Capital Credit Union Ltd., is too long. You can ignore the error message and use these details.
Your credit union membership number or your NI number in order that we can credit the payment to the correct account.
Salary Savings Schemes
Many people can make regular savings deposits or loan repayments directly from salary. CLICK HERE to access the Online Salary Savings Schemes Form.
Child Benefit Payment
Did you know that you can save with your Child Benefit paid directly to your credit union account?
We only accept cash for initial deposits. If you make your first deposit by cash the maximum we can accept is £50.
Cheques should be made payable to ‘London Capital Credit Union’ or payable to yourself. We can also accept cheques payable to yourself. You should note that it will take at least 12 working days before you are able to draw on funds paid in by cheque.