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My account was opened while I was a minor and have now reached the age in my state in which I now need to remove the custodian. I have called a few times and keep getting trust forms which this is not a trust, simply an account custodian. Thanks for the help!
Max, South Charleston
October 12, 2015 07:23:27 PM
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In reply to Max, South Charleston
Hi there Max,
Thank you for writing in about this and we do apologize for any confusion about your account, we'd be happy to clarify.
If you are currently listed as a minor on a custodial account, the parent or guardian who is listed with you has the transaction authority on the account at this time, even though the funds are in trust for you. As this is the case, both of you could visit any TD Store near you for assistance. After the custodian withdraws the funds for you, the account can be closed and you could establish one for yourself if this is your preference. You can find TD Bank Stores and their lobby hours near you here: http://bit.ly/TDStores. We understand that you preferred to switch the account to your ownership directly and apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.
If you have any questions about this, feel free to reply to us here! You can also call us 24/7 at 888-751-9000 for assistance.
Hope this helps, Max and have a wonderful evening.
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
October 12, 2015 07:25:50 PM
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