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Hi, my brother has become a bit of a shop-aholic and is worried that he'll burn through his savings in his TD investment account. Is there a way for him to maybe add a co-signer (maybe our mom) to stop him from selling unless she agrees? Or some other method for restricting access?
September 11, 2017 02:38:04 PM
In reply to Tom, Vancouver
Hi Tom. Thanks for reaching out to us.
We think it's great that you're trying to help direct you. We'd be glad to assist in any way we can.
It sounds like your brother may have an investment account with TD Ameritrade or TD Canada Trust. Please know you've reached us here at TD Bank in the United States, but we'd like to direct you to assistance with your question.
If your brother's account with TD Ameritrade, click here: http://bit.ly/2qLmQNa to reach their contact page. There you'll find several methods of contact, including phone and email.
If his account is with TD Canada Trust, you can speak with a representative at TD Canada Trust directly by calling their 24/7 Customer Service line at 866-222-3456. We also want to provide you with a link to all of TD Canada Trust's contact info. You can find that by clicking here: https://go.td.com/2tp27BR.
We're certain TD Ameritrade and TD Canada Trust can provide you with all the info you'll need to help your brother with his investment account.
Have a wonderful day, Tom!
Candice A, Mount Laurel
September 11, 2017 02:39:16 PM