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my grandfather owns part of my bank account and i can't take out any money from my account because they said that he is the only one that can take out money,but not me. what can i do? can i take out money? can i delete him off of my account?
September 26, 2016 09:03:53 AM
In reply to adelia, bronx,ny
Welcome to the TD Helps Community, Lisa.
The answer to your question depends on how your account was originally set up and your relationship to your Checking account. If you are the secondary or even primary owner on this account along with your parent, then you are able to withdraw funds from your Checking account without your parent being present. If you are set up as a minor or beneficiary on this Checking account, then you will not have access to the funds at this moment.
To better assist you, you may visit your local TD Bank Store directly for additional assistance. Please be sure to bring your valid photo I.D. with you. To find out TD Store locations near you, please visit: http://go.td.com/1f9DSJR. You may also contact us 24/7 by dialing 888-751-9000 to speak with a Banking Specialist. Please be aware that if you were listed as minor or beneficiary on this Checking account, they will not be able to assist you over the telephone or at a Store location without your parent being present or on the line with you.
If this is in regards to a Young Saver account, only the custodian on the account has access to the funds to make withdrawals for you. Also, here's a link our Personal Deposit Account Agreement for you to view for more specific information about our account terms: https://go.td.com/1kb17UQ. You may locate the information that answers your question in great details on page 17.
We hope you have a great week, Lisa.
Alara B, Mount Laurel
September 26, 2016 09:04:10 AM