Policies & Disclosures

For your convenience, this page contains information on Touchstone FCU’s policies and fees. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view some documents. Visit Adobe's Web site to get Acrobat.

Privacy Policy 
Touchstone FCU is committed to protecting your privacy. Please review our Privacy Policy.

Funds Availability Policy
Check our Funds Availability Policy.  

Fee Schedule
Review our recently updated Schedule of Fees.

Regulation D (Reg. D)

Regulation D is a government regulation, which among other things, defines transaction accounts (i.e. checking (share draft) accounts)  and non-transaction accounts (i.e. savings (share) accounts, money market accounts, telephone transfers, etc.). Transaction accounts (i.e. checking (share draft) accounts) are allowed unlimited transactions.

To avoid exceeding the "six preauthorized or automatic withdrawals, telephone transfiers, or transfers initiated by personal computer per month on non-transaction accounts" please review "What is Reg D."

Funds Transfer Limits and Schedule of Fees
Review our Funds Transfer Limits. Review a sample of Funds Transfer Fees.

Truth in Savings
To learn about your rights and responsibilities regarding deposit accounts, read our Truth in Savings disclosure statement and Truth in Savings Ammendments.

Overdrafts and Overdraft Fees : August 15, 2010
As of August 15, 2010, we DO NOT pay overdrafts on your ATM and everyday debit card transactions unless you ask us. If you do not ask us, the transactions WILL NOT be paid and no fee will be imposed. We may continue to pay overdrafts on your checks and automatic bill payments and impose a fee. Please read our Information on Overdrafts and Overdraft Fees. You must inform us of your intention as to whether you would like us to pay your ATM and everyday debit card transactions by printing and completing the Overdraft Opt-in Consent Form.

Customer Identification Program

Under the Section 326 of the USA PATRIOT Act (which aims to protect our country's financial system from money laundering and terrorist financing and to protect consumers against fraud, including identity theft), credit unions must implement a Customer Identification Program (CIP) to obtain and verify certain kinds of identifying information from anyone opening an account. Credit unions must apply the CIP to each person who establishes a new account, including members, joint accountholders and co-borrowers. To comply with the Act, we obtain and verify four items of information from each new member, including name, date of birth, address and an identification number, such as a social security number. 

FACT Act Disclosure
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions (FACT) Act enhances the ability of consumers to combat identity theft, increases the accuracy of consumer reports, and allows consumers to exercise greater control regarding the type and amount of marketing solicitations they receive. Learn more.

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