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I need to provide my employer with either a voided check or my name, account info, and routing number on a paper with the bank's letterhead. I don't have any checks, and I need to send it in within two weeks. Is there any way I could get that paper emailed to me?
December 5, 2014 07:56:53 PM
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In reply to Hannah, Audubon
Thanks for stopping by, Hannah! We're glad to see you and are happy to help.
As you mentioned needing a voided check, it sounds as though you'd like to set up a direct deposit with your employer. If this is the case, you're welcome to use our Direct Deposit Authorization Form available for download at http://bit.ly/1sSvhT6. This form should be able to be presented to your employer to begin your direct deposit.
If you've written checks from your account and you'd like to print one of those, you're welcome to do so via your TD Bank Online Banking account. After logging in your account here: http://bit.ly/1eaISlq, please follow the steps below:
-Click on the Accounts tab at the top of the screen
-Click on the checking account number you would like to view
-Select Last 10 Days, My Current Statement, My Previous Statement or All Available History from the drop down box
-Click Show History and locate a check you've written that's posted on your account
Or, you can use the Power Search link on the same page to search specifically for checks listed in the past 60 days of your account. And if you're enrolled in paperless statements, the front images of your checks are printed on the last page of your online statements.
If neither of these options works for your direct deposit, or if you'll need this information printed on our letterhead for another reason, we invite you to visit any TD Bank Store for assistance. Please see http://bit.ly/TDStores to find a location nearest you.
We hope this is helpful, Hannah and don't hesitate to reply with any other questions. Have a wonderful weekend!
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
December 5, 2014 08:00:35 PM