Before you say, “Bon Voyage”

The following travel tips can help you enjoy your trip and keep your cards safe:

  • Keep cards and cash in a separate place. That way you lower the risk of losing everything.

  • Don’t be a victim of pickpocketing. In crowded areas, hold your wallet and bags close to your body. Consider using a money belt for added security.

  • Lock up. If provided, use safety deposit boxes or room safes in hotels to keep your valuable items and personal information safe.

  • Double check receipts. When you pay with a card, always check the information on the sales receipt. You are liable for the amount written in the box labeled “Total”, so make sure it is correctly filled in before you sign.

  • Memorize your PIN. If you are planning to withdraw local currency from a cash machine, be sure to shield the keypad with your hand as you enter your personal identification number (PIN).

Just remember to let us know before you travel out-of-state or out of the country. We will be more than happy to place a travel notice on your account specifying your destination and travel dates so your card activity doesn’t appear suspicious or unusual. This will help you avoid any disruption or denial of service when you attempt to make a transaction on your TCU account. Call our Member Service Center at (800) 877-8328 to ensure peace of mind while traveling or visit www.traviscu.org/protection.

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Our 66th Annual Meeting is just around the corner

Travis Credit Union

Save the date

Mark your calendar to attend our 66th Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 27 at 5 p.m. in the Community Room of our corporate offices at One Travis Way in Vacaville.

We will hold elections for three board of director positions and one supervisory committee at the meeting in accordance with the credit union’s bylaws.

Come and learn more about how we’re adding value one member at a time.

We look forward to seeing you!