Payroll Deduction Scheme

Payroll Deduction Scheme from East Sussex Credit Union

By: East Sussex Credit Union  05/02/2014
Keywords: credit union, loan finance, wage slips

It is so easy to pay money into your credit union account via one of our payroll deduction schemes. If you work for one of the companies/organisations listed below, you can join the credit union and save money or repay a loan directly from your pay packet. Brighton & Hove City Council Brighton & Hove Bus Company Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals Trust Brighton City College The University of Brighton Eastbourne Borough Council East Sussex County Council East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service Lewes District Council We operate a more flexible loans policy on our payroll schemes - you can apply for a loan as soon as you become a member. To find out more information and to be become a member, visit us at

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