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Please fill out the request form and we will email you the ACH DocuSign form to complete.
The email will be from DocuSign and the Access Code to open the document is the first five digits of your Social Security Number. Please call (800) 877-8328 if you have any questions.
You may also print an ACH form and return to your nearby branch.
Note: All ACH Originations scheduled to occur on a weekend or holiday will be requested from the originating institution on the first business day following the scheduled transfer date. For example, if the payment is scheduled to occur on a Saturday, the payment will be processed on the following Monday, (assuming Monday is not a holiday on which the Federal Reserve is closed).
Download and print your Loan Payment Coupons.
If you’ve run out or misplaced your loan coupons used to make monthly payments to Travis Credit Union, you can generate and print out new ones using the form below.
Please call (800) 877-8328 if you have any questions about your TCU loan payments.
Loan Payment Coupons
During a rolling 12-month period, applicants are eligible to skip 2 months of payments on installment loans or line of credit; and one skipped payment on a credit card.