Setting up your safety net is simple:
How to apply
Applying for an Overdraft couldn't be easier!
Step 1: Complete the online application form above
OR Apply by Phone: Call us on 1800 51 52 53
OR Apply in Person: Pop into any KBC Hub
Are you looking for a Joint Overdraft facility? Please print and complete the 'Overdraft Application form', located in the forms tab. Post your application to: KBC Current Account Operations, FREEPOST, PO Box 8666, KBC Bank Ireland plc, Sandwith Street, Dublin 2.
Step 2: Once we have assessed your application we will contact you with a decision and advise what you need to do next.
In order to process your application we may ask you to provide documentation to help us assess your ability to repay the loan, and to confirm your identity. From time to time we may ask you for further documents.
Managing your debt
At KBC, we are here to help you in managing your Overdraft repayments. If you would like to make a payment on your Overdraft you can call us on 1850 81 21 66. If you are concerned about meeting your Overdraft repayments or if you are currently experiencing financial difficulties, it is never too late to talk to us. We are committed to working with you to resolve your financial difficulties and to find a workable solution.
KBC Bank Ireland Arrears Support Unit
Please contact us on 1850 930 235 if your financial situation has changed recently or you are concerned about your finances.
MABS (Money Advice & Budgeting Service)
The Money Advice & Budgeting Service is a national, free, confidential and independent service for people in debt or in danger of getting into debt.
MABS Helpline: 0761 07 2000
Visit their website: www.mabs.ie
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Lending criteria, underwriting, terms & conditions apply. The KBC overdraft is subject to repayment capacity, financial status and is not available to persons under 18 years of age.
Before being bound by a credit agreement, we are obliged to provide you with a standardised information document called the European Consumer Credit Information (‘ECCI’) form. It is designed to give you the best overview of the key information and terms and conditions of any credit agreement you consider, allowing you to compare the offers of different credit providers and select the credit offer that works best for you. The ECCI contains important details such as: the type of credit, amount and costs of credit, the Annual Percentage Rate (APR), as well as a note on important legal aspects.
The European Consumer Credit Information form for the KBC Overdraft can be found above under the Forms section.