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I'd prefer to not be able to see my checking account information when seeing my savings account, and vice versa. I find that when my savings info is so easily accessible I may be more tempted to make a withdrawal or transfer instead of actually saving.
June 6, 2017 09:57:15 AM
In reply to Gabi, orlando
That's a great question, Gabi! We're sure other Customers have wondered about this too.
At this time, only one login profile can be assigned to each social security number, so you wouldn't be able to have a separate one for each account.
We think it's great that you're trying to save and we can offer options to help.
We can remove your saving account from view in your Online and Mobile Banking. This will mean that you will have to physically visit a TD Bank Store or ATM to withdraw funds or call us to transfer money for you. Making it slightly more difficult to access funds can help to deter you from making withdrawals.
The down side to this is that you will also have to make deposits and transfers into the account at a Store or ATM. Because of this, we can also recommend simply removing the ability to transfer out of the account. If we do that, you can transfer money into the account, but you will still have to physically visit a TD Bank Store or ATM to withdraw money, or call us to do the transfer out of the savings for you.
If you'd like to change the setting in your online banking, please give us a call 24/7 at 888-751-9000 or stop in to see us at a TD Bank Store. To find a location near you, please click here: https://go.td.com/1nq31dc.
We look forward to talking with you soon and helping you save! Have a great day, Gabi!
Customer Service Team, Mount Laurel
June 6, 2017 09:58:08 AM