Don't Ignore Arrears, come and talk to us. We can help. What happens if I don’t or can’t repay my loan as agreed?
What happens if I don’t or can’t repay my loan as agreed?
We understand and empathise with the challenges some of our members face, for example, a reduced income, illness, loss of employment, relationship breakup, other debts falling due to name but a few, to then be faced with the worry and burden of how to address and repay them.
Our Credit Control team are here to assist you get back on track. We would like to work with you, within your financial circumstances to address the matter.
Synergy Credit Union Ltd. recommends that you contact us at the earliest possible stage to advise us of any changes in your circumstances or any temporary difficulties you might be experiencing. It is very important that you contact us to discuss your options and to keep us updated on any changes that may affect your ability to repay your loans. We are here to support you and reduce the worry associated with your debt.
There are many options available to you and our aim is to help you along the way to getting the account back on track and repairing your credit rating.
You can contact us by emailing email@example.com or Freephone 1800 272927 and ask the Credit control team to make an appointment to meet you or to ring you at a time that suits you during our working hours.
WARNING: Arrears on your loan may affect your future ability to access credit with the credit union and all other financial institutions as Synergy Credit Union Ltd. is registered with the Central Credit Register.
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