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12/30/14.I want to close the account since I live in Alabama.Will I be penalized if I send a letter of intent to close the accont since it is les than 10 days.Can I fax a letter of intent to close the account and if I can I need a phone number.
January 2, 2015 01:40:09 PM
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In reply to Arlene, Troy,Al.
Thanks for reaching out to us on TD Helps, Arlene! We'd be glad to point you in the right direction regarding your CD.
To close your CD we ask that you contact your TD Bank Home Store during lobby hours to determine the best way to handle your CD account. Just let a Representative know you would like to close out a CD and they will be able to help you. For hours and phone numbers, feel free to take a look here: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
If you are unable to visit a TD Bank Store, you may also close your CD by mail if you'd like. You may request to close your account and have any available money in your account be sent to you by check. You can mail a request with the following instructions:
▪Your account number(s)
▪Your request to close the account(s)
▪Your current address
For your security, please have the letter notarized. It can then be mailed to:
TD Bank, N.A
Your Home Store's Address
Your Home Store telephone Number
If you do not know your Home Store location, you can look up this information by using the link mentioned above.
There may be a penalty if you are requesting to close your CD before its maturity date. You will have a 10 calendar day grace period from your CD maturity date to renew, change terms, or close your CD without penalty. Please take a look here for more details: http://bit.ly/1qAWAk0.
Once you close your CD and withdrawal the funds or if you wish to move those funds into another account, here is some information on the different types of CDs, along with current APY and benefits of each Certificate of Deposit: http://bit.ly/1prV1SF and also here for information on TD Bank’s Savings and Money Market Accounts that may best be of interest to you: http://bit.ly/1hQscMj. If you decide to move those funds into another account, CD or Savings, the Representative would be happy to help.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions, Arlene and take care!
Megan K, Mount Laurel
January 2, 2015 01:41:48 PM