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I opened my checking and savings accounts over 10 years ago when I was a minor. How can I easily remove my cosigner from my accounts? We now live in separate states and cannot go to a branch face-to-face.
November 27, 2014 12:01:12 PM
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In reply to Megan, Pasadena
Thank you for coming to TD Helps with your question, Megan. We will be happy to give you the procedures to follow.
If you have joint accounts with a custodian on them and you do not wish to continue to share the accounts, the accounts must be closed by the custodian. Please note if you are listed as a minor on the joint accounts, the custodian on the joint accounts can close the accounts without you being present.
Please note that you may open new individual accounts at any time. To view and compare our Checking accounts, visit http://bit.ly/1oXjGgF or check out our Checking Selector Tool http://bit.ly/1vW1xnU for help selecting a checking account that is the best fit you. To view and compare savings account products, click on http://bit.ly/1g5vhXQ , or if you prefer, we also have a Savings Selector Tool http://bit.ly/1vW1DvM which can help you choose the best savings account for your needs.
Once you have decided the type of the account you wish to open, you may visit www.tdbank.com or click here: http://bit.ly/1fN7u4i to take you directly to the account opening application. You may also feel free to call us directly 24/7 at (888) 751-9000 with any questions you may have and set up your new account via telephone.
As always, you are welcome to stop by your nearest TD Bank Store to speak with a Banking Specialist regarding new account options to determine what product type fits you the best. To find out TD Store locations near you, please visit, http://bit.ly/TDStores. You will need to bring a valid photo I.D. (Driver's License, Passport, Military I.D. etc.) and Social Security number.
If you are a Non-US resident and do not have SSN at this present time, you will need to bring two forms of identification with you and stop by your local TD Bank store during our lobby hours to set up your new account. One form of ID must be a Non-US passport and the second form of ID you may select from the list below:
- Employment ID with Photo and Signature
- State Issued ID or Driver's License with Signature
- Foreign Driver's License with Photo
- US Employment Authorization card with Photo, Signature and Expiration Date
- College ID with Photo
- Alien Registration Card with Photo
- Permanent Resident Card with Photo
If you would like to discuss this further with a Banking Specialist, feel free to contact us 24/7 at the same number listed above.
Please reach out to us again though if you have any further questions. Have a great holiday!
LiShu R, mount laurel
November 27, 2014 12:02:14 PM