1 Texoma Blvd
Fritch, TX 79036

Mailing Address:
PO Box 310
Fritch, TX 79036

(806) 857-3319
toll free: (800) 687-2634

(806) 857-3324

Contact Us:

Loan Application:

Temporary Operating Hours
Monday – Friday,  9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Important Update Regarding COVID-19

After careful consideration and to ensure the health and well-being of our members, employees, and the community that we serve, we have made the decision to close our office lobby to walk-in customers as March 16, 2020. Medical experts believe that if we all temporarily limit close personal contact with everyone outside our households, everyone will benefit as this precautionary step will slow down the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Although this was not an easy decision, we believe it is the necessary decision to safeguard the health of our employees and members while still enabling us to continue to serve our membership. Being a small credit union with only three employees makes it even more important for us to make sure we all stay healthy and able to go to work.

We realize this is an inconvenience for those members in the Fritch area, but please give us a call at (806) 857-3319 or (800) 687-2634 and someone will be available to help you. you can also reach us by email at texomafcu@cableone.net and download a loan application from our website at texomafcu.com.

We will continue to do our best to make necessary adjustments during this evolving situation, and we will provide you with any new information as necessary.


Welcome to Texoma Federal Credit Union

Texoma Federal Credit Union is a full-service, not-for-profit cooperative financial institution. It was formed for the purpose of encouraging savings by offering a good rate of return, using collective moneys to make loans at competitive, low rates and providing other useful financial resources.


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Credit unions are not-for-profit financial institutions. They offer many of the same products and services as banks—including savings and checking accounts, loans, ATMs and online banking—but there are also big differences that can save you money. Credit unions are owned and controlled by their members, not profit-driven shareholders. That means the average credit union can offer better rates and lower fees. Learn about joining a credit union today!






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