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for a non customer how much is the charge for money orders up to $500
June 25, 2015 09:09:25 AM
In reply to Hector, Miami
Welcome to TD Helps, Hector.
At this time, Money Orders can be obtained by TD Customers by visiting any TD Stores. A TD Customer is defined as someone who has a TD Bank account (e.g. checking, savings, CD, club account) or a TD Bank loan product (e.g. mortgage, home equity, personal, etc.) or a TD Go Account or Card. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you wish to open an account with TD Bank, we are happy to welcome you and would be happy to help. For a list of our TD Checking accounts, please check out: http://bit.ly/Wczmq0 and here: http://bit.ly/1l6nLQ7 to view our TD Savings account. If you are unsure of what account you need, no worries- we can help! With have Selector Tools that can provide you with a personalized recommendation. Simply select the "Help me choose" box located in the "Need help Choosing?" box in the banner at the top of each page when clicking on the links provided above.
Once you’ve decided on the account(s) you'd like to open, there are many ways available to open the account(s). You can open an account with us via online, over the telephone or at any TD Bank location during lobby hours.
Once you've opened your account, a few things we'd like to share. Money orders can be purchased for any amount up to $1000.00. If the amount you are looking to purchase exceeds the limit, you may wish to purchase an Official Check. An Official Check can be purchased for any amount and because it is subject to availability due to the amount requested, we recommend contacting the Store prior to your visit. For Store hours please check out http://bit.ly/TDStores and feel free to visit: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt as it outlines any applicable fees.
We hope this helps and please let us know if you need anything else.
Yen D, Mount Laurel
June 25, 2015 09:11:52 AM
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