Dear Member, in observance of President’s Day, the credit union will be closed on Monday February 19, 2018. We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday February 20, 2018. Thank you.

For the latest information on credit union activity, please refer to this yellow alert banner at the top of our website’s home page: texasfcu.org

As always, you can access your account any time on any device at texasfcu.org. You also have local and nation-wide access to your cash at anytime. To locate a charge-free ATM in the nationwide network, please visit our website and click on Tools and Resources tab and again on Visa ATM locator.

By clicking on the link below, you are now leaving Texas Community FCU’s website. You are linking to an alternative website that is not operated by the credit union. The credit union is not responsible for the content on the alternate site. Privacy and security policies of the alternate site may differ from those practiced by the credit union.

As always ATM IS AVAILABLE 24/7 for your convenience.


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New Services for Area Residents

We are excited to launch a full suite of affordable products and services for everyone in Jim Wells, Brooks, Kenedy and Kleberg counties.

You can now take advantage of free check cashing, flexible easy loans, free first debit card, convenient 24x7 mobile banking and many more exceptional member services from Texas Community Federal Credit Union!


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Need a Little Help?

A personal loan from Texas Community Federal Credit Union can help you solve your financial needs, whatever they may be. You can pay for medical emergencies or other unexpected events. Or you can use a personal loan to consolidate a debt.

Before considering a payday loan, a title loan, or any other loan company, talk to us first.


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As a full-service not-for-profit cooperative financial institution, formed for the purpose of encouraging savings, we are committed to the principle of helping our members achieve financial stability.

In fact, we've been doing this for nearly eight decades and our mission is now stronger than ever. We are here to serve.


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According to the NCUA Fraud Prevention Center, a fraud or scam uses deceptive, unlawful or misrepresentative practices to trick you out of money or other financial goods. Sometimes scams involve selling you counterfeit goods, misrepresenting items, or simply not delivering on items purchased or promised. Conmen and scammers often falsely claim to represent a company or financial institution to gain your confidence.

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