Vale Noel Hancock 1943 - 2020

It is with great sadness that the Credit Union announces the passing of Noel Hancock after a long illness.   Noel's voluntary service to your Credit Union spanned 22 years as Director, and for 18 of those years Noel served as the Board's Chair.   Noel's leadership of TMCU oversaw a sustained period of growth and change for the organisation, whils...

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5 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Here at Transport Mutual, we care about our future, which is why we like to promote sustainable choices that lower your carbon footprint. There are many choices you can make in your day-to-day life to lessen the impact you make on your environment. What is a carbon footprint?A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gases that are gener...

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Credit Scores

A credit score represents the creditworthiness of an individual. Here at TMCU, we take cautionary measures to ensure we accurately calculate member’s credit scores. So how exactly are they calculated, and what does your credit score mean for you? Read along to find out. How are credit scores calculated?A credit score is calculated from a credit re...

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Flood Relief for affected Members

The current rain event and associated flooding is bringing challenges and risk to people all over NSW. The Credit Union’s membership is spread far and wide across the state and so TMCU has activated its disaster relief support package for affected Members.This package includes low interest loans, deferred loan repayments, early redemption of Term D...

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Credit Card Hacks

Credit card debt can get to the worst of us sometimes. Here are 4 awesome hacks that you can use to save money and maximise rewards with your credit card! 1. Set a monthly budget Before signing up for a credit card, it is a good idea to know what you are able to afford and spend within your means. By creating a monthly budget, you are able to man...

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Transport Mutual supports 150+ years of ingenuity

Transport Mutual Credit Union today has strongly endorsed a new campaign which proudly celebrates the ingenuity and ‘can do’ spirit of Australia. Launched by the Customer Owned Banking Association, the campaign focuses on the relationship between hard-working Australians and customer owned banking. Transport Mutual is part of a movement that bega...

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Helping each other through uncertain times

As an organisation owned by its members, we have a long tradition of supporting members through uncertain times. Whether it is a bushfire, a flood, a drought or now a virus, we have done this for more than 55 years and will continue to do so, as we face this current challenge together. In uncertain times, you can be absolutely certain about our sup...

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Transport Mutual's response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Dear Members, We would like to inform you of measures Transport Mutual is taking in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Transport Mutual continues to provide Members with a full range of banking services. As an added risk mitigation strategy, and in accordance with our Pandemic Planning arrangements, Transport Mutual staff will be working remotely...

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Phone scammers target vulnerable banking customers in bushfire impacted areas

The Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA) is warning banking customers in bushfire impacted areas to be alert to scam phone callers falsely claiming to represent a monitoring service.Representing 64 customer owned banks and their 4 million customers, COBA has noted a recent spate of scam phone calls to cardholders in the areas of regional Victo...

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