Finally, a real choice
Current Account, provided by Core Credit Union, gives you a real choice for your day-to-day financial needs.
Current Account is a full service current account, brought to you by your credit union. It’s more local, more trustworthy, and has our commitment to a sensible approach to money. With low and transparent fees, it’s more of what you would expect from your local credit union.
With instant access to your money through a Mastercard® Debit Card, a secure app and online portal, and mobile functionality, you can pay your bills, withdraw cash and pay at point of sale, anywhere in the world.
Features & Benefits
Same friendly service
Globally accepted Mastercard Debit Card
Use in-store, online or at ATMs
Cashback available at participating retailers
Overdraft for unexpected expenses
No surcharge interest on overdrafts
Automate regular payments using Standing Orders & Direct Debits
Stay in control with our Mobile App, eStatements and eFee Advices
Secure online shopping
24/7 support for lost/stolen debit cards
Transparent Fees and Charges:
A low monthly fee of €4 per month includes:
- Unlimited euro point of sale and contactless transactions
- Unlimited mobile and online banking
- Unlimited standing order and direct debit processing
- No charges for lodgements or in-branch transactions
- Up to 5 ATM withdrawals per month (thereafter a per transaction fee applies)
- Free eStatements every quarter
- Click here for a full list of Current Account Fees & Charges.
In order for you to receive a Current Account, debit card or overdraft, you must be one of our members and resident in the Republic of Ireland. If you are 16 or 17 years of age, we require the consent of your parent or guardian for you to open an account. Terms and conditions apply.
Overdrafts are available to Current Account holders aged 18 years or older. Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Ask a staff member for more details today.
The Debit Card’ is issued by Transact Payments Limited pursuant to licence by Mastercard International’