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Who Can Join:

  • Live, work, attend church or school in Pulaski or Faulkner Counties, Arkansas
  • Businesses and other legal entities located in the counties listed above
  • Spouses of persons who died while within the field of membership of this credit union
  • Employees of this credit union
  • Members of their immediate family or household
  • Persons retired as pensioners or annuitants from the above employment

Organizations located in the counties listed above

Benefits of Membership:

Membership at TruService Community Federal Credit Union is a lifetime benefit. Once you are a member, you can remain a member for life...no matter where you live or what job you have.

Joining the credit union is easy. Simply pay a one-time $10 membership fee and open your share savings account with a $5 deposit...it couldn't be more affordable to enjoy the many benefits our credit union offers over a bank!

At TruService, each account holder of the credit union is an actual member-owner. This means more money in your pocket! Credit Unions are a not-for-profit cooperative, which means more of the profits are returned to you by means of higher return on your savings and checking accounts, better loan rates, higher Certificate of Deposit (CD) rates, less and lower overall fees. If you have had it with your bank and the outrageous fees, poor rates and bad customer service, then it's time to join TruService Community Federal Credit Union. With the financial uncertainty that often happens with larger banks in the industry, isn't it nice to know that you have a safe, local alternative? Plus, you’ll feel secure in knowing your money is federally insured by the NCUA.

How to Join:

To join TruService Community Federal Credit Union, simply pay the one-time $10 membership fee, then open your share savings account with a $5 minimum deposit. Now you can start enjoying the many benefits credit union membership has to offer.

Apply Now:

Fill out our printable Membership Application and submit it by mail or in person, along with the required copies of your identification.

It is important that the Application is completed, signed and returned along with a copy of ALL of the following items for EACH person on this account.

  1. PHOTO IDENTIFICATION - A non-expired, government issued identification, such as a state-issued driver's license, state issued identification card, military ID or US Passport (an account for a minor would require a copy of their social security card).
  2. PROOF OF RESIDENCE (IF DIFFERENT FROM ADDRESS ON ID) - A recent residential phone bill in your name, a recent residential utility bill (i.e. water, gas, electricity, cable), etc.
  3. MINIMUM INITIAL DEPOSIT - Savings Account $5. If you are applying by mail, do not send cash - send only a check or money order made payable to TruService Community Federal Credit Union.

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact a Member Service Representative at 1-800-260-2299.

Switching Financial Institutions is Easy: Make the Switch!

TruService Community Federal Credit Union has made moving your accounts fast and convenient with our Switch Kit. All of the forms and letters you will need to make this transition as easy as possible are provided. We can also provide them to you by e-mail, fax or in person. After you have completed the forms, all you have to do is mail the letters to the appropriate companies and/or individuals, and you will be switched over.

Three Simple Steps to Switch:

  1. Open an account at TruService Community Federal Credit Union. You may do this by visiting any of our branch locations or by downloading a Membership Application.
  2. Download and mail all the necessary forms, and print the checklist to mark your progress.
  3. Close your account at your old financial institution. Verify that all checks, card transactions and scheduled bill payments have cleared your old checking account.


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