NBTA Credit Union's Lending Departments are ready to help you with all of your lending needs. Whether you are considering the purchase of a house or vehicle, re-structuring or consolidating debt, or simply want to discuss your finances with one of our lending professionals, we have helpful professionals ready to serve you. Fredericton Lending Department 506-452-1825 or 1-800-565-5626. McAdam Lending Department ┬┐ 506-784-2242. We have a variety of financial products available to you: Personal Lines of Credit, vehicle Loans, Demand Loans, RRSP Loans, Mortgages, Home Equity Lines of Credit, Consolidation Loans, Renovation Loans, Student Lines of Credit, Travel Loans MasterCard with Choice Rewards, MasterCard Global Payment Card (MasterCard linked to a Line of Credit)...and more! more...
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    I'm a member of a Credit Union in Nova Scotia and am going to school in Fredericton. I was concerned about connecting with my home branch from my new location. All of the staff I have encountered so far have been extremely friendly and welcoming and put my worries to rest in a heartbeat! I love going in to bug my new tellers =p.

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    Business Details

    Methods of Payment

    Products and Services

    • Saving Account
    • Cheque
    • Credit Card
    • Loan
    • Mortgage
    • Currency
      • Tax Free Savings
      • Investments
      • Bank Account
      • Mastercard
      • Online Banking
      • Mobile Banking
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    • Noma
    • Foreign Currency
    • Money Orders ( Canadian & US Currency )
    • Certified Cheque
    • Traveller's Cheque
    • Direct Payment
      • Payroll Deductions
      • Direct Deposit
      • Interac E Transfer
      • Safety Deposit Boxes
      • Teleservices
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    Languages Spoken

    • English

    Getting There

    • Corner Of Regent Street And Montgomery St.