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TD foot prints in TX. How can I get cash else than the ATM than. If using ATM how much services fee I need to pay along with the facility providers...? I am currently in Irving TX, Some of the deals we get discounts requires us to pay in Cash. Now upon checking I come to know we don't have TD foot prints in TX. How can I get cash else than the ATM than. If using ATM how much services fee I need to pay along with the facility providers...?
Muhammad, Irving TX
August 24, 2015 05:23:40 PM
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In reply to Muhammad, Irving TX
Thanks for writing in from Irving!
We understand your dilemma and we appreciate you getting in touch with us about this today.
You're correct to note that TD Bank isn't located in Texas at this time. Since we don't have a partner bank or presence there right now, we'd be glad to offer some suggestions for you.
To obtain cash, you would have a couple options. First, as you may or may not know, you're welcome to use your Visa Debit card to obtain a cash advance. This can be completed at a bank local to you and you can see more about the limits for these here: http://bit.ly/1kb17UQ (pages 43-44). At this time, TD Bank will not assess a fee for a cash advance from your Debit card; however, we do recommend checking with the bank you visit to see if they would charge for this service.
Using your Debit card, many major retailers offer you the option of obtaining cash back when making a purchase, for which TD would not assess a fee. This may be an option for you depending on the amount of cash you need.
If you do choose to use an ATM in Texas, you can take a look at our current Fee Schedule here: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt to see what we may assess for this service. Please also keep in mind that the owner of the ATM may charge fees for withdrawals or balance inquiries and these fees are separate from any assessed by TD Bank.
With that being said, TD Bank does offer several account options which rebate your non-TD ATM fees. To see if you will be affected by ATM fees, you can check out this link for further details: http://bit.ly/1rYwGdO. In addition, you can refer to the Fee Schedule link directly above and check out the chart on that page for info about fees and your account type.
If you'd like, we invite you to contact a Banking Specialist directly at 888-751-9000, 24/7. They can review your account type and provide any additional suggestions tailored to your accounts to avoid ATM fees while you're in Texas.
We hope these are helpful options, Muhammad.
Thanks again for writing in – please stop back and let us know how this goes for you! Take care.
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
August 24, 2015 05:26:20 PM
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