TwinStar News

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    TwinStar Credit Union is now shipping EMV chip enabled Visa® Platinum credit cards to TwinStar members. If your Visa® Platinum credit card has an expiration date in November 2014 or after, you will receive one of the new cards. The card carrier that is included with your mailing provides more details. More information on EMV cards can be found here.

  • Dollar Dog Photo Contest winners

    The Dollar Dog Vacation contest ended August 23rd. TwinStar members took photos of Dollar Dog on their summer adventures and then submitted the photos and a short story about their summer vacation. Congratulations to the winners:

  • TwinStarCU at Relay for LIfe

    For the past 25 years TwinStar has been holding fundraisers to help fight for a cure in Thurston County. contributing to over $75,000. TwinStar’s commitment of $10,000 raised this year helped Relay for Life of Thurston County meet their $5 million goal on June 17, 2014.

  • Buy Foreign Currency with Travelex
    Make sure your plans are right on the money. TwinStar’s affiliation with Travelex can help you get foreign currency so you arrive at your destination ready to roll.
  • Voices of Children Contest winners

    Children Raised by their Grandparents or Other Relatives

  • mockup image of a credit report

    Tips to help you build a healthy credit history, and keep it safe.

    You’ve just parked your car and are headed out for a relaxing walk at a local park. Not wanting to carry your wallet while

  • Paying for College can be difficult. TwinStar has resources to help you or your child pursue a higher education.

  • Security

    Identity theft is a fast-growing crime, and it's important to know how to protect yourself. Follow these simple tips to avoid exposure to identity theft.

  • Security

    If you've become a victim of identity theft, we want to help you recover effectively!

  • Security

    What is a Virus?

    A Virus is a malicious software program that exists on local disk drives and spreads from one computer to another through sharing of "infected" files. Once installed on a computer, a virus may modify or remove applications and systems files.

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