Reactivate your Dormant Account

Dormant Credit Union Account

Follow these simple steps to get your account reactivated!

We are delighted you have decided to reactivate your account with us. It’s quick and easy to do! To get you up and running, you need to pop into any of our branches with the following documentation and complete a transaction.

Single Account

To reactivate a Single Account, bring the following documentation:

  • Proof of Identity: Current and In Date Passport or Drivers Licence.
  • Proof of Address: An original utility bill, bank statement or social welfare document showing your current address. Please Note: Document must be dated within 3 months.
  • Proof of PPSN: Payslip, P60, Revenue correspondence, Old Social Services Card. Please Note: Your payslip must be dated within 3 months.

Joint Account

To reactivate a Joint Account, bring the following documentation for both parties:

  • Proof of Identity: Current and In Date Passport or Drivers Licence.
  • Proof of Address: An original utility bill, bank statement or social welfare document showing your current address. Please Note: Document must be dated within 3 months.
  • Proof of PPSN: Payslip, P60, Revenue correspondence, Old Social Services Card. Please Note: Your payslip must be dated within 3 months.

Minor Account

To reactivate a Minor Account, bring the following documentation:

  • Proof of Identity: Current Passport or Birth Certificate for the child. Current and In Date Passport or Drivers Licence for parents.
  • Proof of Address: An original utility bill, bank statement or social welfare document showing parents’ current address. Please Note: Document must be dated within 3 months.
  • Proof of PPSN: for child and parent. Payslip, P60, Revenue correspondence, Old Social Services Card. Please Note: Your payslip must be dated within 3 months.

Once your account is reactivated, you will be able to access our online banking and mobile app facilities.

IMPORTANT: Please be aware that our staff are obliged to comply fully with all aspects of the Criminal Justice Act and you will be asked for documentation if you change address or open up a further account. All transactions, including foreign exchange, are subject to this Act.