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.
mobile banking & tru2go apps

Tru2Go Mobile Web

  • Access your accounts via any smart phone with a mobile browser
  • View your accounts and pay bills
  • Find the ATM or Member Financial Center closest to you
  • Overview
  • Mobile Security
  • Whether you prefer to access your access via and app or the web, Truliant has you covered! It’s easier than ever for you to stay connected to your Truliant accounts from wherever you are with Truliant’s Mobile Web. Access your account securely from your mobile device.

    • Check account balances
    • View recent transactions and transfer funds
    • Pay bills
    • Locate a branch or ATM
    • Secure and easy to use

    Ready to Get Started?

    When you’re striving to reach your goals, Truliant helps you achieve them as your financial partner. To get started, contact us to sign up for online banking. If you already have an online banking account with Truliant access Truliant's mobile web to start managing your money online immediately. For additional assistance, feel free to visit one of our Member Financial Centers in North CarolinaSouth Carolina and Virginia or contact our Member Contact Center at 800.822.0382. Truliant is committed to providing the products and services members need to strengthen their finances and improve their lives.

  • Please keep in mind, mobile devices are susceptible to malware, just like computers. Here are some things you can do to protect yourself while using your mobile devices:

    • Only download apps from trusted sources. Primary app services such iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Appstore use strict security standards to reduce the risk of malware in the apps they offer. Third party sites may not use the same scrutiny in approving apps. Downloading apps from third party services may expose your mobile device to malware which could be used to capture your mobile banking credentials.
    • Look at anti-virus options for your mobile device. Go to major anti-virus providers to see if they have a mobile offering. This can help identify malware that may already be on your device and help prevent malware from being installed
    • Please be aware that unlocking or hacking your mobile device could increase your exposure to malware. If you do chose to use an unlocked or hacked device, please follow the same advice about only downloading apps from trusted sources.
    • Never save your login credentials for secured sites on any device.

    If you suspect you have become a victim of any kind of identity theft, contact Truliant immediately at 800.822.0382.