August 31st, 2015
It has been brought to our attention that false job positions are posted on Craig’s List for Texas Trust Credit Union.
Applicants are asked to email a resume and are then sent a confirmation email stating they are ‘approved’ for a job position and given a link and phone number to contact. They are asked for sensitive information.
Please note! Texas Trust does not post job positions on Craig’s List. The only way to apply for a position with Texas Trust is through the Careers Portal available on the Texas Trust home page.
Please note! Texas Trust does post positions on various job-posting sites. However, all applicants are directed to the secured Texas Trust Careers Portal. No applications are accepted through any other means.
Please note! Texas Trust does not solicit for sensitive data or require employees to open checking accounts prior to employment.
If you or someone you know receives an email similar to this, please send immediately to our attention at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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August 24th, 2015
Attention All College Students: The Fall Semester is about to begin!
Do you have enough money to cover all of your college expenses? If not, be sure to check out the Texas Extra Credit Education Loan! This private loan program offers an array of first-class features and benefits, including:
- Competitive fixed and variable interest rates
- 0.25% interest rate reduction just for graduating*
- 0.25% interest rate reduction when you sign up for Auto Debit payments*
- Choice of three repayment options and two repayment terms*
- Real-time loan comparison tools and repayment calculators
- $0 origination or disbursement fees*
With so many options, it’s easy to see why the Texas Extra Credit Education Loan is the right choice for your educational needs!
To learn more or to apply, visit TexasTrustCU.org.
*All rates and benefits are dependent on an approved borrower meeting certain requirements and conditions. For complete details about Texas Extra Credit including program specifics, eligibility requirements, repayment options and benefits, or to apply, click the link above.
August 11th, 2015
Every day, Texas Trust members swipe their Spirit Debit Cards at retail places and earn cash for their schools. Spirit Cards for local high schools including Athens, Cedar Hill, DeSoto, All Grand Prairie, and all Mansfield benefit from Spirit Debit Rewards.
It’s super easy for the member, just pick your school card design you want to support, and then swipe as usual.
Multiple designs are available for most schools.
Since the program began in 2011, nearly one million dollars has been donated. You can help hit the Million Dollar Mark by October, 2015.
If you already have a Spirit Card – keep using it. If you don’t – why not? Visit any branch and walk out with your instant issued Spirit Card today.
Don’t let this be a close call! Help schools hit the Million Dollar Mark!
July 21st, 2015
Tiny Rates are season at Texas Trust for MasterCard® credit cards.
You’ve heard how credit unions offer better rates, better products and services – and it’s true.
Open a Platinum MasterCard® credit card and enjoy an introductory rate of 0% APR* for six months. You can also transfer balances with a low introductory APR between 4.90% and 9.90% for six months with no fees on balance transfers or cash advances! After that, an APR that’s currently between 8.90% and 17.90% will apply.
So rev-up for Back 2 School or get ahead of the holiday shopping game. Open your new Platinum MasterCard® credit card today.
Enjoy Tiny Rates as a “Thank You” from Texas Trust for your membership!
*APR=Annual Percentage Rate. Rates, terms, and conditions are subject to change without notice. Credit card approval and rate are dependent upon credit worthiness and other qualifications. Memberships Required.
July 10th, 2015
Texas Trust’s VP of Marketing, Robert Underwood, helped on a story on Nerdwallet.com about common business plan mistakes in the small business loan process. If you are seeking a small business loan, then this article is for you. Visit the story here on Nerdwallet.com today.
An article written by by Emily Starbuck Crone on July 8, 2015