How We See It

Please be advised!

We have received many reports that fraudulent text messages are being sent to customers of various financial institutions stating your debit card is locked and requiring you to contact a phone number. Once you contact the number listed, you are asked to enter your card number and PIN.

Texas Bank and Trust will NEVER ask you to enter your card number and PIN!

Should you receive a similar message, please use extreme caution and contact our customer service at 1.800.263.7013 or 903.237.5500.

You may also verify the status of your debit card by utilizing the "Manage Cards" feature within your Online Banking or Mobile Banking.


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