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2595 Preston Road
Suite #100
Frisco, Texas 75034

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690 W. Campbell Road
Suite #100
Richardson, TX 75080

Texas Republic Bank Blog: All Blog Posts

Voted Best Bank in Frisco/Plano

Posted by TXRB Staff

We were excited to see that Texas Republic Bank won The Best Bank in Frisco/Plano. We want to extend our heartfelt thank you to the community and our great customers for voting us the best! We are happy to see that our customers are experiencing "Banking like it oughta be!"

Posted July 25, 2014    |    View



Posted by TXRB Staff


This is a FREE event and will have an Art show with some musicians, etc. and visual art.

This is put on by Arts Incubator in Richardson, a non-profit dedicated to the advancement of arts with Texas Republic Bank and Prestonwood Pregnancy Center as sponsors. The Farmer’s Market will be across the street on the south side of Campbell on Saturday and Easy Sliders Food Truck will have food available for sale on Saturday at lunch!

Come join us or stop in to see our new location (690 W. Campbell Road Suite #100, Richardson, TX 75080)!

Posted July 09, 2014    |    View


Newly Designed Bank Websites!!!

Posted by TXRB Staff

Texas Republic Bank is pleased to announce the launch of our newly designed website! We hope you enjoy the new look and feel of the redesign and as always if you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us at (972) 334-0700 or

We are also pleased to announce that the launch of will be coming soon! Keep an eye out for future announcements regarding its live date.

Thank you for allowing us to service your banking needs and provide “Banking like it oughta be!

Posted June 12, 2014    |    View


Texas Republic Bank is a Top 100 Performing Bank in the Nation!

Posted by TXRB Staff

Did you know.....Texas Republic Bank was recently included in SNL Financial's Top 100 performing banks of 2013 with assets below $500 million. Texas Republic Bank was one of 15 banks from Texas to make the National that's what we like to call "Banking like it oughta be!"

Posted June 12, 2014    |    View


Richardson Branch Now Open!

Posted by TXRB Staff

Texas Republic Bank's Richardson Branch is now OPEN! We are pleased to announce that we are now serving the metroplex with 2 locations. Come on by 690 W. Campbell Road Suite 100 and experience "Banking like it oughta be!"

Posted May 28, 2014    |    View


Richardson Living Magazine

Posted by TXRB Staff

Please look for our page in the upcoming issues of Richardson Living magazine!

Posted April 17, 2014    |    View


Spring Round Up

Posted by TXRB Staff

Texas Republic Bank employees have donated their non-perishable food items for Reunion Title’s 9th Annual Lou Noble Spring Round Up and Food Drive that takes place this Thursday, April 17th from 4pm to 7pm at 189 N. Plano Road in Richardson. We hope to see you all at the event and don't forget your bag of non-perishable food items that benefits the Network of Community Ministries!

Posted April 11, 2014    |    View


Spring RoundUp and Food Drive

Posted by TXRB Staff

Texas Republic Bank is proud to be a part of the Richardson community and co-sponsor for Reunion Title’s 9th Annual Lou Noble Spring Round Up and Food Drive.
Admission to the event is a bag of non-perishable food items to benefit the Network of Community Ministries.
Please see below for details of the event and how to RSVP. We hope you all can come out and support a great cause and the community!

Admission to the event is a bag of non-perishable food items.
              For additional information contact Barb at or call 214-909-3448
                                                                              RSVP by April 13th

Posted March 25, 2014    |    View


"Banking like it oughta be is back!"

Posted by TXRB Staff

It is with excitement and joy that we share with you that Texas Republic Bank will be opening a branch in Richardson, with a target date of sometime in May.
Ø Location:  690 W. Campbell Road (intersection of Floyd & Campbell), which is across the street from campus of University of Texas – Dallas.
Ø Branch opening is result of significant growth in asset and staff size for the bank.
Ø This location is re-entry, for much of our management team, into a marketplace where we have 20+ years of banking contacts and relationships (Buz, David, Maureen, Pamela, and John all worked together, at one time or another, in Richardson from 1990 – 2010).
Watch for future Blogs regarding our actual opening date.  Let us know if you have any questions, and we hope you will tell your friends and associates that “Banking like it oughta be is back!” in Richardson.

Posted March 04, 2014    |    View


Important Information to Help You Prevent Data Theft

Posted by TXRB Staff

In light of recent data breaches with Target and Michael’s, we want to be sure that our customers know how to protect themselves and know where to turn if they do suspect fraud.
Yesterday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published a consumer advisory to help consumers protect themselves in the wake of the recent breaches of payment card and other data. The advisory also contains information on where to get help if consumers suspect their information has been compromised.
Payment cards such as credit, debit, and prepaid cards are among the most commonly used consumer financial products. Over 70 percent of Americans have at least one credit card. Debit cards are now used for more consumer purchases than credit cards, and prepaid card use is continuing to grow. In recent months, data breaches have apparently exposed millions of payment card accounts to potential fraud. In addition, millions of consumers’ names, phone numbers, emails, and addresses also appear to have been stolen separately from card information.
Yesterday’s consumer advisory includes steps consumers can take to protect themselves from data theft:
·         Monitor accounts for unauthorized charges or debits: Consumers should regularly review their accounts online if possible, and at a minimum examine their monthly statements closely. Consumers should report even small problems immediately as some thieves may process a small charge or debit just to see if the account is live, or whether the consumer notices. Fraudulent charges may occur many months after information is stolen. Even if consumers think the PIN on their debit card was not stolen, they should consider changing the PIN in order to be on the safe side. 
·         Alert bank or card provider immediately if fraud is suspected: Consumers should alert their bank or card provider immediately if they suspect an unauthorized debit or charge. If fraudulent charges appear, the consumer should ask the card provider to close access to the account and issue a new card before more transactions come through. Under federal law and other applicable rules, consumers are generally not responsible for unauthorized debits or charges to credit or debit card accounts, as long as they report them quickly to their bank or card providers.
·         Follow up with the bank or card provider and maintain records: If consumers find a fraudulent transaction, they should call the bank or card provider’s toll-free customer service number immediately, and also ask how they can follow up with a written communication. When consumers communicate in writing, they should be sure to keep a copy for their own records. Consumers should write down the dates on which they make follow-up calls and keep this information together in a file.
·         Avoid scams that ask for personal information over email or by phone: A common scheme, known as “phishing,” involves a scammer contacting a consumer over email or phone and asking to verify account information. Banks and credit unions never ask for account information through email. If consumers receive this type of email, they should immediately contact their card provider and report it. If consumers receive this type of phone call, they can ask for a call-back number to verify the requestor is actually their financial institution.
Please feel free to contact us at 972-334-0700 with any question or concerns you may have in regards to the information provided above. We hope you all have a great 2014 and we thank you for allowing us to provide “Banking like it oughta be!”

Posted January 28, 2014    |    View