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Explore What's New In Digital Banking
Here are the things you’ll need to do after your initial login using your current credentials:
- After your initial login, you may be required to set a new password, as we have implemented new password requirements to enhance the security of your account.
- If you have additional users, you will need to re-establish those secondary users’ roles, permissions, and passwords with the new system.
- Please re-enter your account alerts to your preferred notification settings.
If your Travis CU Mobile App did not automatically update to the latest version (blue icon background) and it is not prompting an update, deleting and then re-installing Travis CU Mobile App should fix this issue. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Digital Banking Resources
Account Alerts: We have added an entirely new set of account alerts to keep you notified about your money.
Additional Users: To ensure the integrity of your online account(s), the primary account holder must update all roles and permissions for additional users who have access to that account. The primary account holder will also need to reset passwords for additional users.
Text Banking: Our Call 24 will remain available to members at any time. Text Banking, however, has been discontinued.
Budgeting: Our previous in-app budgeting feature has been discontinued. Our new financial wellness tools can assist with budgeting. We are also exploring new budgeting tools for the future.
Frequently Asked Questions
New Features in Digital Banking
to keep your data
safe and secure
and external transfers
Integration with Tablet
and Apple Watch apps
Mobile Banking Safety & Security Tips
Online Banking & Mobile App
Verify that you are using the correct URL for online banking and the correct URL for downloading our mobile apps.
Use strong passwords with numbers and letters. Remember to change your password regularly and to password-protect your mobile device. Be aware that TCU will never contact you or ask you for your Online or Mobile Banking password.
Biometric technology (fingerprint and face ID) is the best option for preventing bank fraud on your mobile device because it is the most secure solution. When possible, we recommend using biometrics to unlock your mobile banking.
Set up account alerts and review your financial records regularly.
Reducing Risk of Fraud & Scams Using Zelle®
Use Zelle with people you trust, and always make sure you are using the correct mobile number or email address. Do not click on suspicious links in text messages or email, and never give out your online ID or password to anyone.
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