Social media toolkit for Credit Unions
Social media toolkit for Credit Unions

Stop Loan Sharks Social media toolkit


Working with our partner credit unions across England, the IMLT has identified that most credit unions would like to take advantage of social media to connect more with their audiences, and promote their key services and products such as loans. During Covid-19, credit union customers have been saving more and borrowing less, leaving credit unions with the need to connect with a wider audience and promote their loan and credit card products more and the benefits of using them.

We have produced a range of guides, resources and content that will help credit unions and community banks, no matter their experience, start using social media marketing to build an online community, connect with their audience and promote their products and services. The toolkit has been created by a professional marketing company and funded solely by the IMLT.

To access these materials please complete the form below:

Social media toolkit for Credit Unions

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    Stop Loan Sharks used proceeds of crime money to fund the toolkit to help credit unions to become social-media savvy in the digital age. Our resources will help promote your brand, products and services online and increase engagement with existing customers and allow you to reach a wider audience. If you’re looking for content to help boost your social media presence, then you’ve come to the right place!

    If you’re struggling to access the toolkit or experiencing issues downloading the resources, please email us at partner@stoploansharks.gov.uk and we’d be happy to look into this for you!

    It’s important to know the signs of illegal money lending and where they’re identified, gently share your concerns with the person you think may be involved with loan sharks and refer them to specialist support services. Stop Loan Sharks can provide expert advice, guidance and support to partner agencies supporting vulnerable victims. Give us a call on 0300 555 2222 or start a Live Chat session with us and we will answer any queries or concerns you may have.