Deposit APYs
(Annual Percentage Yield)
as high as

  • Lone Star Money Market1.06%
  • CD 6 months0.61%
  • CD 12 months0.81%
  • CD 24 months1.15%


Effective on July 12th 2016

To help United Texas Bank identify ATM/debit card fraud much quicker and assist in preventing future fraudulent transactions, you will begin receiving a two-way text if an ATM/debit card transaction is suspected fraud. Suspected fraud is identified through a fraud scoring system. Basically if a transaction falls outside of your normal ATM/debit card transactional behavior, it may be scored within the fraud range therefore triggering the communication.

If there is no response to the text, it will roll to a phone call or email. If there is no response to any of the communications, the transaction in question will be blocked. Click on 
Cardholder FAQs for more information.

Please follow these guidelines when you do not remember your password. These guidelines must be completed on either the 1st or 2nd attempt.

It is important to note that after 3 attempts of using the incorrect password and for security reasons, access to online banking will be locked out. To reset your password, you will be required to contact our customer service department during business hours at 972-239-7000.

·  You must complete this process on a registered browser.
·  Type in your login ID and then select ‘forgot password’ on the online banking login screen. Click login to continue.
·  Next, please choose where you would like us to deliver your secure access code from your contact preferences. 
·  You will be required to enter the delivered secure access code.
·  Next, input the secure access code where indicated and click on submit.
·  The last step is to enter your new password and then re-enter the same password to confirm. Click on submit.


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