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Our Story

The Credit Union was chartered in 1952 in Texarkana, Texas. We were originally organized to serve only the employees and families of the East Texas Motor Freight System. Over the years, we’ve changed our name but we’ve always had the same mission, to improve the financial life of each member while offering affordable, quality service you can rely on and trust. And so RelyOn Credit Union was born. We’ve opened our doors to our community and expanded our charter to allow everyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Dallas and Kaufman Counties.

As a member-owned credit union serving our community for over 65 years, you can RelyOn us to be there for you and your family through all of life’s milestones. Whether it’s teaching your kids good savings habits, buying your first home, or preparing for retirement, you can trust that RelyOn Credit Union will be here to help you every step of the way.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission it to be the financial partner our members can RelyOn. 


We’ve expanded our field of membership!

We are very excited to announce that we’ve expanded our field of membership. Now, anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Dallas County can become a member of RelyOn Credit Union! This exciting change means that all of your friends and family can become a part of our Credit Union family. Additionally anyone living, working, worshiping or attending school in Kaufman County can also join the Credit Union. So tell your friends, family, or anyone you know that they can become a member of RelyOn today!

Become a Member

We also have a special loan referral going on right now. Refer someone you know to open a loan with RelyOn and you’ll be rewarded.

For information and restrictions about how to be included in the RelyOn field of membership, interested parties should contact our Marketing Department for details and eligibility.

Please call us or email us at:  214-357-3328 or marketing@RelyOnCU.org

You can RelyOn us for your next career

At RelyOn Credit Union, we serve the financial needs of our members in Dallas and Kaufman Counties. We are looking for candidates who share our same values and would be a great addition to our RelyOn team. 

We take care of our employees by providing them with:

  • A competitive base salary
  • 12 paid holidays
  • Generous paid-time-off (PTO)
  • Fully-paid healthcare, including medical, dental, and vision
  • Life insurance
  • Short-term disability insurance 
  • A 401(k) with company match
  • And much more!

Open Positions

Branch Manager - Kaufman Branch 
Relationship Specialist - Kaufman Branch
Telephone Relationship Specialist - Dallas Branch
Part-Time Teller - Dallas Branch

Please send your updated resume to kwashington@relyoncu.org or apply through the link above if you are interested in applying for this position. 

We may not have any other open positions available right now, but we are always interested in talking to GREAT people. Please stop by one of our branches and introduce yourself!

RelyOn Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Every quarter, we provide our members with an eNewsletter to keep you updated on what's going on at your Credit Union. Each newsletter will have new promotions, product and service offerings, financial education articles, community events, and anything else going on that you should be aware of. 

Summer 2018 Newsletter

Spring 2018 Newsletter


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Meet the Board

Board of Directors
2016 - 2019 Term Anne Glasscock, David Knop & Jim Casey
2017 - 2020 Term Joe Linville
2018 - 2019 Term Pam Blevins
2018 - 2021 Term Pat Evans & Albert Gomez 

Executive Staff

  • Sarah Spooner, CEO
  • Tony LaTour, COO

Financial Protection & Education 

At RelyOn, our goal is to be the financial institution our members can RelyOn. In addition to assisting you with all your financial needs, we also equip you with financial literacy protection as well as financial education resources. Your security is our top priority, so we've gathered the below resources to help you stay protected. 

Identity Theft 

Identity theft is today's number one crime. Protecting your identity and financial assets from identity thieves and cyber-criminals requires consistency and discipline. These basic guidelines will go a long way toward protecting your identity.

  • Know who you are communicating with. Be cautious when revealing any personal financial information, especially your social security number (SSN). Tip: Your SSN is only required for income tax, medical or college records, loan applications, and vehicle registration.
  • Use caution when giving out your information. If your bank or the IRS is contacting you, they should already have your social security or account number.
  • Keep items with personal information in a safe place. Shred anything you don't need, such as bank statements and paycheck stubs (yearly), checking/share draft copies and credit card receipts (every 45 days), insurance forms, and credit card solicitations (immediately). Don't carry your social security card in your wallet. If you have a street-side mailbox, consider sending your bills and statements to a P.O. Box. Or sign up for electronic statements. 
  • Stay up to date. Order a free copy of your credit report from each credit reporting agency every year. Verify the accuracy of your credit report and any credit activity.


A phishing scam is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information by sending spam (unwanted e-mail) to lure people to bogus websites to obtain personal information and commit identity theft. Be advised: Phishing scams and their websites often appear authentic or from a trusted source, using a company's proper logo, colors, and design elements. Use these measures to avoid being hooked by a phisher:

  • Protect your computer. Install and use a firewall, antivirus software and anti-spyware programs on your computer.
  • Stay on top of your emails. Delete emails requesting personal information. Tip: RelyOn Credit Union will never send you an email requesting personal information.
  • When in doubt, don't click. Don't visit a website listed in an unsolicited email if you have any suspicion about its authenticity. Never use a link within an email to visit a website; instead, open a new browser and type in the URL.
  • Protect your personal information and passwords. Change your online banking and shopping account passwords every three to six months. Only enter credit card or account information via a secure website. Tip: Use websites that begin with "https" in the URL and has a padlock icon on the browser frame. If you have online access, monitor your accounts frequently.

Report Phishing Scams
Forward phishing emails to spam@uce.gov and to the company, bank, or organization impersonated in the email. You also may report phishing emails to reportphishing@antiphishing.org. The Anti-Phishing Working Group, a group of ISPs, security vendors, financial institutions and law enforcement agencies, uses these reports to fight phishing.


Vishing scams use phones instead of emails and websites like phishing scams.  The term comes from combining "voice" with "phishing". Fraudsters make it look like calls are coming from a legitimate or known phone number. They may ask to provide credit card numbers, PIN codes, and/or Social Security Numbers to verify their account or they provide another number where the consumer is to call to provide account details.

  • Be cautious. Be suspicious of all unknown callers, just as if someone is emailing you to ask for personal information. Just because your caller ID displays a phone number or name of a legitimate company, it doesn't guarantee the call is really coming from that company.
  • No soliciting. If someone is trying to sell you something or asking for your personal or financial information, ask them to identify who they work for, and then check them out to see if they are legitimate. Or if it's a bank or credit card company, call them back using a number from your bill or your card. Never provide credit card information or other private information to anyone who calls you.

Register Your Phone Number
Register your number with the National Do Not Call registry at donotcall.gov. If you are on the list and get a call from a supposed telemarketer, that could be a tip that the offer is bogus.

Report Vishing Scams
Report vishing calls to www.ftc.gov or call (888) 382-1222. If you think you've been a victim of a vishing attack you, can also contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center.

Elder Abuse 

Elder Abuse is a single or repeated act occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust which causes harm or distress to an elderly person. At-risk adults are vulnerable to illegal or unethical exploitation targeting funds, property, or other assets. Financial exploitation typically involves one of the following:

  • Theft of Income. This is the most common form of financial exploitation and fraud, typically involving less than $1,000 per transaction.
  • Theft of Assets. This type of fraud is typically more extensive, and often involves abuse associated with Powers of Attorney, real estate transactions, identity theft, or tax manipulation.

Report Elderly Abuse
To report suspected elder abuse, contact the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services at (800) 252-5400 or visit their website at txabusehotline.org.

Security Resources 

Act immediately if you think your identity or any of your accounts have been compromised. Here is a list of things you can do: 

  • Lost or Stolen RelyOn Mastercard debit card: Call (866) 664-9364 to report your debit card lost or stolen 24/7. 
  • Lost or Stolen RelyOn Mastercard credit card: Call (800) 528-2273 to report your credit card lost or stolen. You will automatically be directed to our card service provider to block your card immediately.
  • Suspicious Charges or Unusual Activity on your RelyOn debit or credit card: Call us at (214) 357-3328 during regular business hours. 
  • Unusual Activity on your RelyOn Checking or Savings Accounts: Call (214) 357-3328 or visit one of our nearest branches during regular business hours.
  • Think your identity has been compromised: Visit idtheftcenter.org immediately to learn more about the next steps you should take. 
  • Worried someone is using your Social Security Number: Call the Social Security Administration at (800) 772-1213 to check your Social Security Statement. 

NCUA Fraud Prevention Center
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) now provides a great resource for credit union members covering a variety of frauds and scams, identity theft and online security information and protection measures. Click here to visit this financial protection tool.