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business membership

Become a Business Member-Owner

  • Find out what information you need to provide us to open your accounts
  • Establish your business membership with deposits in checking and savings accounts
  • We make the process easy so you can leverage all the benefits 
  • Details

Use this convenient guide to learn what information you need to provide to become a Truliant business member-owner and start utilizing our valuable products and services.

The first step is to open Business Savings with a $5 deposit and then open a Business Checking account with a $200 deposit. Please visit your nearest Member Financial Center to open your business accounts.

Business Information to Provide

  • Name
  • Address (mailing and physical)
  • Phone number
  • Fax number
  • Email address
  • Tax Identification (ID)
  • Nature of business

Information Needed from Each Business Owner and Authorized Signers*

  • Name
  • Address (mailing and physical)
  • Social Security Number (SSN)
  • Date of birth
  • Primary (e.g. driver license, passport, or state ID) and secondary identification *All owners/authorized signers of business must be present at account opening

Based on the legal structure of your business, additional information will be needed to become a business member-owner.

*Unlawful Internet Gambling and Other Illegal Activities: You agree that you are not engaged in unlawful internet gambling or any other illegal activity. You agree that you will not use any of your accounts, access devices or services for unlawful internet gambling or other illegal activities. We may terminate your account relationship if you engage in unlawful internet gambling or other illegal activities.

Sole Proprietors

All owners/authorized signers of business must be present at account opening.

Corporations

  • EIN (Employer Identification Number) may be used as the Tax ID
  • Articles of Incorporation as filed with and stamped by the Secretary of State or the appropriate state official
  • Fictitious Name Certificate or Certificate of Trade Name (if doing business under another name other than the corporate name)
  • If a professional corporation, a Certificate of Registration from the appropriate licensing board (i.e. doctor, attorney)
  • A  beneficial owner(s) form

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

  • EIN(Employer Identification Number) may be used as the Tax ID (If only one owner of LLC, may use owner’s SSN.)
  • Articles of Organization as filed with and stamped by the Secretary of State or the appropriate state official
  • Operating Agreement if more than one owner
  • Fictitious Name Certificate or Certificate of Trade Name (if doing business under another name other than the LLC’s name)
  • If a professional corporation, a Certificate of Registration from the appropriate licensing board (i.e. doctor, attorney)
  • A  beneficial owner(s) form

Partnerships

Limited Partnerships

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)

  • EIN (Employer Identification Number) may be used as the Tax ID
  • Statement of qualification of Limited Liability Election form or Certificate of Limited Liability Partnership or Certificate of Registration as filed with and stamped by the appropriate state official
  • A  beneficial owner(s) form

Join Now

When you’re striving to reach your goals, Truliant helps you achieve them as your financial partner. Become a business member-owner by visiting one of our Member Financial Centers in North Carolina, South Carolina or Virginia or contact a member of the Truliant team at 800.822.0382. Truliant is committed to providing the products and services business members need to strengthen their finances and improve their businesses.