Welcome to Triad Partners Federal Credit Union...It's All Good®
When you join our credit union family, be confident that we'll be here to serve you today and in the years to come.
Take a look at the benefits of membership; we know you'll be pleased. Joining is easy. Stop in, complete a membership
card, and make an initial deposit of $5. You'll be glad you did!
• ATM Debit Cards
• Audio Response (PAL)
• Bank to Bank Wires
• Bill Pay mycuservices
• Certificate of Deposit
• Christmas Club Accounts
• Consumer Loans
• Credit Cards
• Direct Deposit/ACH
• Free Auto Pricing
• Free Notary Public Service
• Free Share Draft/Checking
• Individual Retirement Accounts
• Internet Banking
• Payroll Deduction Deposit
• Shared Branching
• Share/Savings Accounts
Triad Partners Federal Credit Union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund,
which is administered by the National Credit Union Administration, an agency of the federal government. All deposits
are insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government.
Member warning: Be aware of malicious emails sent from fraudsters intent on stealing your financial and/or
personal information this is known as 'phishing.'
Member warning: Attorney General Roy Cooper warns North Carolina consumers about automated calls that seek to
steal your personal information
Scam: Consumers should be on the lookout for automated phone calls pretending to be from your bank or
credit union. The message says that your card has been suspended and asks you to contact their security department
at the telephone number provided. When customers call the number, an automated system tells them to enter their card
number, expiration date, and PIN in order to "activate fraud protection on their account". This scam, called
"vishing", is an attempt to steal your personal information including card numbers, expiration dates, and PINs for
your debit and credit cards. The email version of this scam is called "phishing."
TIP: Never give your private information to someone you don't know who calls you on the phone. If you
get an automated call that tells you to call another number, look up the correct number to call on your own. For
example, call your credit card company at the phone number listed on the back of your credit or debit card or call
your bank at the number listed on your bank statement.
If you’ve responded to one of these calls or been the
victim of a similar scam, please contact Attorney General Roy Cooper’s Consumer Protection Division for assistance
This message brought to you on behalf of North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper *** Visit our Identity
Theft website at www.noscamnc.gov ***
Remember that we will NEVER solicit personal/private information from you via email.
Our credit union is committed to maintaining the privacy of your personal information.
Our credit union does not collect, store or use personally identifiable information through our web site at anytime.
You can e-mail us, but please note that e-mail is not necessarily secure against interception, and that e-mail
features in this web site are not encrypted. If your communication is very sensitive, or includes personally identifiable
information (i.e. social security number, home address, phone number, birth date) or includes information such as account
numbers, please call us first and we will advise you regarding your issue.
Third Party Links
Triad Partners Federal Credit Union does not provide, and is not responsible for, the product, service, or overall
website content available at a third-party site. Triad Partners Federal Credit Union neither endorses the information,
content, presentation, or accuracy nor makes any warranty, express or implied, regarding any external site. Triad Partners
Federal Credit Union's privacy policies do not apply to linked websites. You should consult the privacy disclosures
on any linked site for further information.
Information sent by email is at risk of loss of confidentiality
if the information is transmitted over the Internet. We do not recommend sending confidential information such as
social security or account numbers by email. You can contact us directly at 336-272-5244.