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Texas Trust Advice Site

Are you curious how much money you’ll save with a Texas Trust auto or home loan? Worried about saving for college? Visit our Advice site for access to interactive calculators, polls, quizzes, and articles to help build your brighter financial future.

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Get all the features and benefits of a Texas Trust account without stepping into a branch. By opening your account online, get access to the online and mobile features you want.

Report Lost or Stolen Card

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You can immediately take action if your debit or credit card has been lost or stolen, or if you suspect fraudulent activity on your account.


Available in Online Banking is the ‘Report Lost/Stolen’ tool that gives you 24/7 control. You can cancel your debit card or credit card any time of the day or night.


This puts the control in your hands and increases the level of security you have with your Texas Trust electronic services and accounts.


Just login to Online Banking on the left.  Once logged in, click on the 'Additional' tab on the far right.   The option ‘Report Lost/Stolen’ is the fourth from the top of the page.


You can also report your debit card lost or stolen by calling 800.235.0379 or 972.263.9931.

Lost/Stolen website: www.reportmycards.com

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