An Update from Truxton Trust on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

We are Here and Ready to Help

What can we do to help make these challenging times easier on you and your family? We are here for you. Please do not hesitate to reach out directly to your dedicated officer or contact us.

Our full range of services can be accessed online or by phone. Please visit the Client Login options at the top of this site or download our Mobile Banking App:

    

If you aren’t enrolled in online access or need help, please call us at 615-515-1700. 

 

In-Person Visits to Truxton Trust Office Are By Appointment Only

Until further notice, Truxton Trust Company has restricted access to our offices to employees only. The health and safety of our employees and our clients are our top priority. In-person visits to our office may be available to our clients, but these will need to be scheduled via email or phone by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, reach out directly to your dedicated officer, call us at 615-515-1700, or email us at help@truxtontrust.com. Please expect to be asked to answer a few screening questions about your potential exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19). This is because we care. The health and safety of our employees and clients remain our top priority.

 

Promoting Health and Safety

We have taken precautionary measures including increased cleaning and disinfecting, including the ATM, educating employees about prevention, requiring employees to stay home if they feel sick and limiting and distancing employees who are in the office. For up-to-date information about coronavirus (COVID-19), visit the CDC’s website at cdc.gov/covid19.

 

Beware of Coronavirus Online Scams

While coronavirus spreads, hackers and scammers are using concerns to steal money and information. Watch out for emails claiming to be from the government or those saying they have information about coronavirus such as a map or a cure. As a reminder, we will never ask you for personal or financial information via email, text, or unsolicited calls. To learn more about coronavirus scams, visit the FTC’s website at ftc.gov/coronavirus.