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I would like to find out my balance and withdraw money from my savings account that I have had since I was a child, and now that I am above the age of 18, I was under the impression I could do both of these things, but a teller told me I was still not able to do either of these things. How could this be if I am 18, and the account is under my name? And if I can not do it, how am I able to make it to where I can? Thank you.
October 13, 2015 01:22:57 PM
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In reply to Andrew, Brookhaven
We appreciate your visit, Andrew and would be glad to help.
Based on your inquiry, it sounds like you had a TD Young Savers account with TD Bank. As a Young Savers is a Custodial account, only the Custodian is able to make withdrawals and balance inquiries for the account unless otherwise specified.
If you happen to have your own TD ATM card for this account, you may visit a TD ATM to withdraw funds and view your balance. However, if you wish to withdraw funds with a Teller, we apologize for the inconvenience as we would need the Custodian present.
Since you are at the age of 18, you are welcome to open your own account or even a joint account with the Custodian of the current Young Savers account by visiting your local TD Store. To find the nearest TD Store near you, please visit, http://bit.ly/TDStores. We will then be able to review the specific account details, and discuss options. Please know as we would like to assist you directly, we do not have access to your personal/account information on this unsecured forum.
We hope this helps and please let us know if you need anything else.
Yen D, Mount Laurel
October 13, 2015 01:25:34 PM
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