NOTICE REGARDING P2P PROVIDERS: Austin FCU does not currently partner directly with any P2P payment providers such as Zelle, Venmo, CashApp, etc. While you are able to use your Austin FCU account with these services we do ask that you take care in giving any third party access to your funds. Any questions regarding setup, technical support, etc would need to be directed to those payment providers - Austin FCU staff are not able to assist with getting these services set up for you.
The Falcon Fraud Monitoring service monitors your transactions real-time to prevent fraud. Fraud notices will come to you via text or phone call. See the "Fraud Monitoring" drop down for more information.
Have full control over your Austin FCU Debit Card usage in a way you’ve never had before:
NOTE TO BUSINESS ACCOUNT HOLDERS: Effective December 31, 2021 Austin FCU will no longer offer Debit or ATM cards on non-consumer accounts. Non-consumer accounts include any account that is used for non-personal purposes, such as any type of business, trust, estate, etc.
Austin FCU cards come with daily processing limits and geographic restrictions to help protect you from fraud.
Most members have daily limits of $1000 for POS transactions and $500 for ATM transactions. In addition there is a "swipe limit" of 20 POS transactions, and 5 ATM transactions. (If your limits are different you would've received notice of that when you opened your account). We can always raise your limit for you if you need to spend a little more in a specific time frame. Give us a call or send us a message to have this done.
If you plan to travel outside the US please let us know so that we can place a travel notification on your account to keep fraud monitoring from triggering due to the different location. If you’ll be taking a road trip (even in the US), it’s also a good idea to let us know since using your card in different cities on the same day can trigger a fraud case.
We utilize a service called FALCON to monitor member transactions for fraud. Each time you swipe your card, your transaction is assigned a fraud score based on amount, location, type of terminal, and many other factors. If that score is high enough, you will receive a call or text from our Fraud Department asking you to verify the transaction. In special cases, if the fraud score on a transaction is high enough, your card may be shut down immediately.
If your card has been restricted after-hours, please contact the Fraud Department directly to resolve the case at 888-241-2440. Unfortunately, if your card has fraud on it, we are unable to re-activate the card and will need to order you a new one. Please note FALCON will score transactions high if they are outside your geographical area, see Travel Notice for more info.
In order to receive Text Alerts Austin FCU must have your cell phone number on file. Log into No-line Banking in order to update your contact information.
If a transaction has cleared your account that you did not authorize, or you have attempted to dispute a transaction with a merchant but have been unsuccessful, please click the link below to initiate a debit card dispute.
If a transaction has cleared your account that you did not authorize, please call (888) 241-2510 immediately to cancel your debit card. Then proceed to the debit card dispute form.
An Austin FCU MSR will contact you via email in one to two business days regarding your responses to the form, and let you know what your next steps should be. Please keep in mind, that a dispute with Austin FCU does not supersede any agreement you may have made with a merchant, and should only be used in situations where no authorization was given, or where you have already communicated with the merchant regarding the dispute.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at (512) 444 - 6419 or (800) 950-8143.