Fraud & Security Center

At Texans, the security of your accounts and personal information is our highest priority. We make sure we keep your information safe – find out about the extra measures we take for our members’ security:

Texans CU Security Policy


How to Protect Yourself

We want our members to be armed with the latest information about security threats, so you can be proactive in keeping your information safe. Our Education Center is also full of great articles and tips to protect yourself from scams, identity theft and other security threats:

Latest Scams & Security Threats

Sign up for account alerts within online banking

NCUA Warns of Fake Check Scams
How to Recover from Email Hacking Identity Theft & Protecting Yourself
Online Fraud & How to Stay Safe Reporting Identity Theft or Fraud
SMiShing - Text Message Fraud Holiday Fraud Prevention Tips
Traditional Fraud & How to Stay Safe Tips from the FBI
PIN Security for Account Access Line How to Avoid Card Cracking


Additional Resources

Here are some great outside resources that can help you stay informed, too:

Avoid Identity Theft – Federal Trade Commission’s Identity Theft Site

US Dept. of Justice – Fraud Division

Important: Texans does not call or email members requesting personal information such as account numbers, PIN’s, credit card numbers or social security numbers.

If you are ever contacted by an entity claiming to be from Texans soliciting this type of information, do not respond and contact Texans immediately at 972.348.2000 or 800.843.5295.


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