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Take a Summer Break

with Skip-a-Pay!

Our summers are now busier than ever, with travel, home improvements, weddings, graduations, and so much more. This also means you have a lot to pay for – so we’re pleased to offer you a break from your TDECU loan payment with Skip-a-Pay.

This great offer lets you skip your loan payment without skipping out on summer fun – and it’s our way of saying thanks for choosing us as Your Credit Union.

Stay up-to-date on all TDECU specials & future Skip-a-Pay offers!

Call Member Care at 800.839.1154 or visit your nearest Member Center to ensure we have your most current email address on file.

Enroll by June 30, 2019

Skip-a-Pay requests must be received five days prior to loan payment due date. Offer can be accepted by using the main account holder’s information on the loan. You received this offer because all of your accounts are current and in good standing. If, upon evaluation of your completed Skip-a-Pay request, we find you no longer meet these criteria, this offer will be withdrawn. If we are unable to process your Skip-a-Pay request, you will receive a notice in the mail. Skip-a-Pays are good for one month’s payment (e.g., one monthly payment, two bi-weekly or semi-monthly payments or four weekly payments). Your deferred payment will be due after your loan’s last originally scheduled payment. By deferring your payment, the total amount you pay back will be more than the amount originally disclosed to you because interest continues to accrue at the interest rate in effect at that time on the unpaid balance of your loan. Skip-a-Pay transactions may affect GAP Insurance coverage. See your GAP Insurance contract for details. This offer excludes Real Estate loans, Parent/Student Survival loans, Tuition loans, Business loans, Mastercard® and VISA® Credit Card accounts, loans with Collateral Protection Insurance, loans with origination dates on or after November 17, 2018, single-pay, lump sum, maturity/residual loans, accounts that have had a loan extension within the past twelve months, and loans with origination dates prior to May 17, 2014, with the exception of Lines of Credit.