Save with your Credit Union
We all know the merits of saving money, either for something specific or for that "rainy day". The big difference between your credit union and any other savings account is that members own the credit union.
Regular saving is a good idea. Regular saving with your credit union is an even better idea.
Benefits of Credit Union savings
You can save as much or as little as you like, as often as you want.
You'll receive an annual dividend (interest) on your savings each year subject to surplus made.
There are a wide range of different ways to pay into your account: Direct debit, Standing order, Benefits, Salary or Payroll deduction (depending on who you work for).
Free Life-Saving Insurance providing £ for £ cover for savings up to £12,500 (limits and conditions apply).
Access your money easily; you can have withdrawals on savings by instant Bacs transfer or by a pre-arranged cash order (limits apply).
Many layers of protection cover savings at Walsave. All monies received are banked regularly, payments are made by BACS and Cash, full books of accounts are kept and financial statements are available for members to read at Walsave’s Registered Branch Office. All persons handling the affairs of Walsave are Fidelity bonded. Annual returns are made to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and are on the public record.
Saving with Walsave begins with the opening of a Regular Saver Account.Join Us
We also offer other Saving Accounts:
Additional Saver Account
Christmas Saver Account
Holiday Saver Accounts
Junior Saving Accounts