We are STILL here, and we are READY to help!


Our commitment to safety continues!
In light of the increasing COVID-19 cases, we have made the difficult decision to limit immediate access to our TBT branch lobbies once again, beginning Monday, July 6.   However, FULL SERVICE BANKING continues in our drive-in facilities, and, of course, 24/7 through our bank on-demand digital services.
 
Please contact your local TBT branch to schedule an appointment, if you need to visit the lobby.  TBT Branch Locations
 
To comply with directives issued by Governor Greg Abbott by executive order on July 2, 2020, face masks will be required when entering any TBT branch location by appointment.
 
We continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and state and local public health officials in the areas we serve.

 
 
 

We're here for you


We encourage you to take advantage of the digital tools and resources we offer as a simple social distancing measure:

Through TBTonline and the TBT Mobile Banking app, you can obtain current account information and conduct most banking services from the safety and comfort of your home.
  • Open an account
  • Bill Payment with myPay
  • View eStatements
  • Manage Visa checkcard
  • Make a Loan Payment
  • SMARTDeposit – Deposit checks with your smart device (phone or tablet)
  • Track Spending
  • Transfer Money
TBT branch drive-ins at all locations are currently OPEN regular business hours.
ATMs – both through Texas Bank and Trust or the Allpoint ATMs
EXPRESSPhone Banking - 903.237.5599 or 800.263.7013
 
The TBTmyWay service center is available to take chats and calls regarding customer inquiries.  Contact us at 800.263.7013.
 
 

Keeping You Safe - Beware of Fraud and Scams


Texas Bank and Trust is committed to ensuring protection of your financial information during this time and always.

There are reports of increased fraudulent activity related to COVID-19, that include everything from pitching false virus treatments and work-at-home schemes to soliciting for fake charities and health-related products.  Fraudsters may even promote offers of vaccinations and home test kits, or send bogus emails claiming to be the CDC or other governmental agencies.  Visit the Federal Trade Commission for tips to avoid fraud and scams.

Please do not share your personal banking information with any unknown source.  Texas Bank and Trust will NEVER ask you for your personal financial information.  If you believe you have been the victim of fraud, please contact local authorities immediately.  If you have any questions regarding the security of your personal account information with Texas Bank and Trust, please contact our TBTmyWay Care Center at 1.800.263.7013.