Regulation E or the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, established the basic right, liabilities, and responsibilities of (1) consumers who use electronic fund transfer services and (2) financial institutions that offer these services. Upon opening an account used primarily for personal, family, or household purposes, you received an Electronic Fund Transfer Disclosure and Agreement that fully outlines the terms and conditions related to Electronic Fund Transfer Services. A copy of the full EFTA Disclosure can be found on our website or you may contact us at (972) 263-5171 to have a copy mailed to you.
Transactions that are covered under this agreement include, but are not limited to:
In addition to the information provided regarding “Internet Banking Security”, Commercial and Small Business account holders should institute additional measures in order to further protect their online banking information by performing your own annual internal risk assessment and evaluation on all online accounts, establish internal policies regarding employee internet usage, and ensure all company computers are equipped with up-to-date antivirus protection software.
Texas Trust Credit Union employs full-time security staff dedicated to continually monitoring networks for suspicious activity. We have a wide range of security measures, including:
Staff Efforts to Keep Your Information Secure
We are fully prepared to handle all aspects of sensitive data protection, from classification of critical assets to detailed steps regarding malicious software containment.
We have developed an Incident Response Plan based on industry best practices to provide clear directions for handling network security incidents.
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