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October 9, 2015 08:08:29 PM
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In reply to Donna, Manasquan
Thanks for taking some time to chat with us on TD Helps, Donna. It's our pleasure to discuss this with you.
Traditional forms of overdraft protection are typically a linked savings or line of credit which can be accessed for funds should the linked checking account become overdrawn. You can take a look here for details about our Savings Overdraft Protection: http://bit.ly/1lmjVaq. That link also has great videos you can watch about understanding overdraft options and your available balance. Since it sounds like you have this type of Overdraft Protection set up for your accounts, please know we transfer any amount that is available in your linked Savings account balance to cover the overdrawn amount in your linked Checking account.
If you would like to discuss your accounts specifically, we invite you to give one of our knowledgeable Banking Specialists a call. For your convenience, they are available 24/7 at 888-751-9000 and can review your account with you in further detail at that time.
Or, if you'll be nearby one of our Stores, feel free to stop in during our extended lobby hours. If you click here: http://bit.ly/TDStores, you can find the TD Bank Store and lobby hours nearest you.
We hope this is helpful, Donna. Please let us know about any questions and take care.
Justin B, Mount Laurel
October 9, 2015 08:09:19 PM
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