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Ways to save money are many.
With CLEVR Money, it is a lifestyle of helping yourself and your community.
Eligibility to save with Credit Union
Saving with our Credit Union is empowering your community, while building your assets by owning a part of CLEVR Money.
You're eligible to apply to become a shareholder if you;
are over 16,
live or work in our common bond areas,
can provide 3 years of address,
can provide your employment details
and your bank account details.
We have multiple types of saving accounts to suit your needs
Junior Saver Account
Save for children in your life, this gives a helping hand and teaches them to save and manage their money. It means that a generation of kids can become adults who never need a payday lender, have access to their savings and after they turn 18, affordable credit should they need.
Withdrawal Requests Mon-Fri
Withdrawals requested before 1pm will usually be settled by 6pm same day.
Withdrawals requested after 1pm will usually be settled next day by 6pm.
Why Save Money?
Saving is beneficial for you, but saving with a credit union is a lifestyle choice which helps your community, while you keep your own money. By choosing to save with CLEVR Money, you become a shareholder of our credit union. Shareholders may receive dividends after each fiscal year, based on the companys performance.
We are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). Your money is protected up to £85,000.
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Christmas Saving Account
With the Christmas Saver Account, members can choose to save extra money into a dedicated account, to be sure their money is set aside to help with Christmas expenses.
Starting early is better than waiting until the last minute, where a loan may be the solution.
Even though we help with low interest Christmas loans, we always encourage
people to save for Christmas. If you haven't saved enough on time, we can top it up with smaller christmas loan.
Our Christmas Saver Accounts are locked through the year, so that you can’t be tempted to dip into your savings.
They unlock between 1st November and the last working day before Christmas, ready for that Christmas shopping spree!
At CLEVR Money, our accounts enable people to get a grip on their finances through saving and responsible borrowing.
And if you’re an employee of a business which has signed up to our payroll deduction savings scheme, building up savings is so much easier, with a set amount taken from your salary each payday and transferred into your CLEVR Money savings account.
By saving through our Payroll Partner Saver Scheme, you can open a Membership Account and gain access to all of the benefits of saving with CLEVR Money.
Easy savings via payroll deduction
Manage your account online
Minimum savings value of £10 per month
Option to open a Christmas Saver Account, second and Junior accounts
Free to join
Second Saver Account
If you are already a member of CLEVR Money, but are looking to save a little extra for something special, then why not open a Second Saver Account.
You can save as much as you want (subject to the current maximum deposit limit), as and when you can and when you’re ready, you can withdraw all or some of your savings.
Manage your account via online banking
Easy access to your savings
Dividend bearing account (subject to credit union performance)
Pay in payroll deduction, bank transfer, direct debit, standing order or direct from your benefits.
Junior Saver Account
Looking to start a saving account for the children in your life, why not open a Junior Saver Account with CLEVR Money, to give them a helping hand in life and start saving for their future.
Our dedicated Junior Saving Account means that a generation of kids can become adults who never need a payday lender, have easy access to their savings and after the age of 18, affordable credit should they need it.
View your account balance via online banking
Annual interest payments to this account (subject to credit union performance)
Automatically upgrade to Membership Account upon 16th birthday
Pay in by payroll deduction, direct debit, standing order or direct from a benefit.