DELAYED OPENING: On Thursday, January 4, 2018, Truliant’s Alamance County, Asheboro, N.C. and Richmond, Va. locations will open at 10 a.m. due to inclement weather. All other locations will have normal business hours. You can still pay bills, transfer funds, apply for loans and more using Truliant’s Tru2Go online tools.
Delayed Opening: On Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, all North Carolina Truliant locations will open at 10 a.m. due to snow conditions. Truliant's Virginia and Greenville, S.C. locations will open with regular hours. You can also pay bills or transfer funds by using our Tru2Go online tools: truliant.org/tru2go. Apply for loans by calling our 24-hour loan line at 855.293.2957 or by visiting our loan application page.
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MyWhy Winner to Use $25,000 to Start Dance Scholarship Fund

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Our MyWhy panel selected dance instructor Chandra McCloud as our second $25,000 winner for the Charlotte region. McCloud is a longtime dance educator at a Charlotte arts school. She found out about Truliant’s MyWhy contest in March. 

$25,000 "MyWhy" Winner To Give Food Truck Connoisseurs a Healthy Option

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Truliant just wrapped up a "MyWhy" contest that gave away two of our four $25,000 prizes to deserving projects in the Charlotte region. The contest asked Charlotteans about the life-improving ways they would spend $25,000. 

​What Would You Do With $25,000 and Why?

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Would $25,000 improve your life? Simply tell us why and get a chance to win $25,000 in Truliant’s new MyWhy social media campaign that celebrates the credit union’s overall mission of improving its members’ lives. 

Give The Gift Of Credit Union Membership

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It’s been a big year for credit unions. Membership crossed the 100 million member threshold in 2014 as more Americans realize the difference credit unions offer as their preferred financial institution.

Ten Tips for Secure Holiday Cyber Shopping In 2014

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Don’t forget that it was the first three weeks of the 2013 holiday shopping season when hackers stole the data from 40 million credit and debit cards of unsuspecting customers who visited Target stores.
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