In order to take advantage of the services offered by Texas Plains Federal Credit Union, you must be a member.
There are several ways to qualify for membership at Texas Plains Federal Credit Union!
- People who live, work, worship, volunteer or attend school in a large area of Amarillo, Dickens County, Floyd County, Crosby County, Swisher County, Garza County, and Lynn County are eligible for membership.
- People who live, work, worship, volunteer, or attend school in Terry County, Texas, except for census tract 48445950400 in Terry County, whose boundary is described at this page.
- Voting members of The 100 Club of the Texas Panhandle in Amarillo, Texas, who qualify for membership in accordance with its charter and bylaws in effect on March 1, 2005.
- Immediate families and households of current members can also join the credit union.
- Employees of select Telephone and Electrical Cooperatives throughout Texas, New Mexico and Arizona are eligible for membership.
- Call Texas Plains Federal for details.
To become a member, you simply open a "Share" Savings Account. This account requires a minimum deposit of $25; and once you open it you are a member for life, unless the account is closed.
Once you join Texas Plains Federal, you become a shareholder – which entitles you to full voting privileges and the right to benefit from our financial services. As a member, you can vote for our board of directors – who are elected by the members at our annual meeting. Plus, you can take advantage of the multitude of services that we offer.
Documents needed to open an account:
- Valid Driver’s License or Texas State ID
- If your driver's license or state ID does not have your current physical address, you must provide one of the following for proof of residence: A) a recent utility bill in your name (e.g., water, gas, electrical), B) lease agreement with your name for your current physical address, or C) a mortgage statement with your name showing your current physical address.
- Social Security Card
- $25 membership deposit
Amarillo Underserved Area
If you live, work, worship or go to school in the highlighted area on the map below, you are eligible for membership.