Health Loan

Introducing Our New Health Loan

Spread the cost of Health, Dental and Cosmetic Treatments and Costs with our new 9% Health Loan.
Whether it is cosmetic treatments, health insurance yearly renewal or braces for the children; our health loan is here to help spread the costs.
Now, That’s Something to Smile About!

If you are not yet a Kilmallock Credit Union member, you can easily join us online or in-branch and apply for a loan next day.

Why Borrow with Kilmallock Credit Union?

Stress free and easy lending.

Flexible loan schedule

We work with you to accommodate your needs and circumstances.

Personal treatment

All applications are treated individually. We aim to provide the best customer service to our members.

No fees or charges

No hidden charges and no penalities for early repayment.

Loan decisions are based on your ability to repay

Speed and convenience

A decision on your loan application will be made quickly.

Free Loan Protection Insurance

Our Loan Process. Easy and Simple.

98% Loan Approval Rate

Apply Online

Complete your full loan application online. LOGIN & APPLY NOW.

Apply By Phone

Call our office today and make an application. CALL 063 98355.

Apply In Branch

Loan applications can be taken in any of our offices without an appointment. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we ask that you use our online or phone application options.

If you are not yet a Kilmallock Credit Union member, you can easily join us online or in-branch and apply for a loan next day.

Our Loan Calculator

Use our Loan Calculator to see how affordable a loan with us really is.

Loan Repayment Details

  • Each repayment will be:
  • Your total repayment will be:
  • The total interest will be:
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WARNING: Terms & Conditions apply. Loans are subject to approval. If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit in the future. Kilmallock Credit Union Limited is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

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