NTACCUL is a leading Cameroonian Credit Union with head office in Bamenda &11 Branches strategically situated in 6 Regions. We have been voted the best Credit Union for 2015, 2015 & 2017.We have installed a dedicated Diaspora Branch at our head office in Bamenda to offer you in the Diaspora excellent customer care with our specialised services. We communicate with “WhatsApp”; e-mail; and Telephone. We use money transfer services like “SWIFT”; “Western Union” ; “Mobile Money” etc. Our dedicated team are organised to offer you a speedy no nonsense result.
You can open a new account & manage it from your country of residence giving you easy access to your money and full control. Alternatively have someone local manage your account for you. You can pay bills, pay school fees, transfer money to other accounts, & provide Visa Pre-Paid cards for direct cash withdrawals in Cameroon and overseas. You decide on the amount loaded onto the Visa Card.
- All your transactions are totally confidential within the rules you set.
- Get your statements on a regular basis. Monitor payments and deposits.
- Lower the cost of international and local transfers.
NTACCUL will support you to make the most of your financial capacity, including Cameroonian property investments, a variety of loans, supporting family, Asset Management, & Legal Services. We offer investment opportunities including items from repossessed accounts, i.e. property. NTACCUL offers you an ethical, secure and confidential service.
We are Honest Open & Trustworthy
NTACCUL is a cooperative and as such we support our members with socially relevant actions i.e. 1,000 meningitis vaccines distributed for free at the 2017 AGM.
Direct Lines WhatsApp: 00237 – 00237 –
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org www.ntaccul.cm
Ntarinkon Cooperative credit union (NTACCUL)
is a saving /lending Credit Union that began in 1972 with 15 memebers. Today, it has a membership of about 45 000 membership is open to all.
It is a Micro Finance Institution registered under MINEFI No. 00395 and COBAC No D-2001/5 Code No 19431