Leek United is a mutual building society that is proud of the first class customer service that we consistently offer. With the right cultural values embedded throughout, all staff are committed to putting customers first and at the heart of all they do.
Our mortgages, savings and insurance products are all built on the mutual values which have been our bedrock since 1863.
We value each and every one of our members, working to ensure they receive the most appropriate financial product for their circumstances.
Whatever it is you’re looking for, our teams of experts are on hand to assist – whether on the telephone, online or in branch. Get in contact with us to learn more about how we can help you.
We recognise it’s our responsibility to safeguard the personal and financial information we hold on our customers.
That’s why we ensure our systems and procedures are robust enough to keep our customers’ data secure and private.
At Leek United Faster Payments, CHAPS and Internal Transfers are mainly requested face to face and we recognise that we have a duty to try and prevent our customers being victims of fraud. We carry out a number of anti-fraud measures, these include following the Banking Protocol and reporting instances to Action Fraud.
We are also supporting both:
To avoid becoming a victim of fraud yourself, there are three key points to remember:
My experience with Leek United over the past 5 years has been a pleasant contrast to other financial organisations I have dealt with. It has been a pleasure to deal with real people who seem to enjoy and take a pride in their jobs.
ONE lucky customer is set to win a £6,930* – thanks to Leek United.
LEEK United has appointed Abigail Bowden as the new Manager at its Ashbourne Branch.
VISITORS to Ashbourne will get a taste of Leek United’s own home-grown hospitality next weekend as part of the town’s annual festival celebrations.
ONE of Leek United’s newest mortgage products has become an instant national ‘Best Buy’.
As the Premiership football season drew to a close, Leek United kicked off its very own 'champions league' competition at its 'home' ground.