Drogheda Credit Union like all businesses during this difficult time are doing their upmost to protect staff and members. Over the years Drogheda Credit Union has always had their members at the forefront and while we face difficult times that ethos has not changed. In order to do this they have put in place some measures to continue to serve the community through the Coronavirus Crisis.
Please note that they now have staff working remotely, working on a rotating basis and also working in branch. Due to the relocation of many staff please be patient if you are experiencing a long wait time in the branch or on the phone.
Tom Kiely, Drogheda CEO’s main message to members is, “During this time we would ask members where possible not to come into a branch. Nearly 90% of our services can be done online via online banking or our credit union app. If you can’t avail of online banking then please ring us on 041 9838 496.”
Members who have registered for online banking can:
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Tom also paid homage to all the Credit Union staff who were remaining calm under pressure, especially our member facing staff who are going above and beyond in these extreme times. Like most business Drogheda Credit Union has had to make a few changes in order to continue to offer their members their high level of service. These changes are as follows:
Drogheda Credit Union would like to thank their members and staff for their assistance and would like to assure the public that they will continue to offer the same reliable service to their members as they have done for over 50 years.
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