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November 13, 2014 06:27:35 PM
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In reply to Heather, Bridgewater
Good evening, Heather! We're so glad you stopped by TD Helps today and hope you're doing well.
If you're making a check deposit to your account with TD Bank, it isn't necessary to write your account number on the back of the check. However, there are certain deposits in which we would recommend doing so.
If you'll be making a deposit at one of our convenient ATMs, as most of the ATMs now accept envelope-free deposits, there's no need to include a deposit slip. Your deposit is linked to your account via your card. If you prefer to include your account number on the back of the check, you're welcome to do so in the instance that this information is needed at a later time.
The same is true for any deposits you may make via Mobile Deposit. While the photo of your check is automatically linked to your account, for the safekeeping of your check you're able to include the account number if you prefer for record-keeping purposes.
Check deposits made with a teller or via mail should include a deposit slip; in these cases, writing your account number on the check is optional and not necessary unless it is your preference.
We hope this helps you, Heather! Thanks again for your visit, take care.
Justin B, Mount Laurel
November 13, 2014 07:03:47 PM
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