Personal Loan FAQs
Personal loan and credit card application FAQs
Personal Loan FAQ's
Can I choose the repayment term in months instead of years?
Yes. You can now choose a repayment term in months not years - you can choose whatever number of months suits you best - handy when you know exactly how much you can afford to repay each month.
I'm leaving Ireland to work abroad, what will happen to my loan?
If you are planning to leave Ireland, you will need to contact us to make suitable arrangements for your loan. Please call our loans team on 0818 409 511*.
How do I make repayments?
Payments are taken automatically via direct debits, as per your payment schedule. If you are late with a payment you will need to make a manual payment by debit card. This can be done by giving us a call on 0818 409 511.
If you need to set up a new direct debit or amend an existing direct debit on your loan account, please click here to download a mandate.
How do I make additional payments?
If you wish to make additional payments, you can do so through your bank.
All you need to do is set up Avant Money as a PAYEE, using our BIC CITIIE2X, IBAN: IE90CITI99005117683012. Please use your loan account number starting with “30000…” as the payment reference; please do not input your name or any other details as this will result in your payment being returned.
How many years can I take out a loan for?
10 year terms are available for Home Improvement and Refinance loans between €20,000 and €75,000. Most other loan purposes have a 7 year maximum term (excluding loans for medical, funerals, holidays and insurance purposes) and for any value amount from €5,000 to €75,000. The minimum term for all loans is 1 year.
What if I miss a payment?
A €10 fee will apply each time your monthly repayment has not reached your loan account in cleared funds by the payment date.
I’m not sure I can meet my repayments, what should I do?
How do I make a complaint?
If you have a complaint we want to hear from you. Please call us on 0818 409 511* or write to us at Customer Advocate Manager, PO Box 25, Carrick-on-Shannon. Co. Leitrim.
For more information on our complaints process please click here.
*Calls charged at national rates, cost may vary depending on your telecoms provider.
Why is my Chill Money account changing to Avant Money?
Avant Money and Chill Insurance mutually agreed to cease the Chill Money consumer finance partnership. Your Chill Money account will convert to an Avant Money account. Currently, you don’t need to do anything. Your Chill Money account(s) will continue to work as they do today. You don’t need to make any changes to how you make your payments or transactions.
I am a Chill Money customer and I have been advised I will become an Avant Money customer, what happens next?