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I have a check for $3,000 made out to me. I want to turn that $3,000 into a certified check or money order from the bank in the amount of $2,900 so I can pay my security deposit and rent on a new apt. How do I do this?
courtney, washington dc
September 6, 2016 03:38:07 PM
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In reply to courtney, washington dc
Thank you for coming by TD Helps today, Courtney. We would be happy to help!
If you have a TD Bank account or if you are member of the TD Go Card service, you may step into any local TD Bank, during lobby hours, and purchase an official check. An official check can be purchased for any amount with a charge of $8.00.
Please keep in mind, the funds must be available in your account to purchase a certified check. Furthermore, it would be necessary to deposit your check prior to purchasing a certified check. To read the Funds Availability Policy and other important details, please visithttps://go.td.com/1kb17UQ (pg. 40-44). For TD Store phone numbers, locations and hours please visit: https://go.td.com/1f9DSJR.
There may also be a fee associated with this purchase. For our fee schedule, please follow this link for more information: https://go.td.com/1cTejgt.
Please note: if you have any of the below types of account, official checks are free:
• TD Sixty Plus Checking • TD Premier and Private Premier Checking • TD Relationship and Private Relationship Checking • Private Tiered Checking • 50 Plus and Private 50 Plus Checking • TD and Private High-Yield Savings • Elite Savings • TD Relationship Savings • Select and Private Select Money Market • Plus and Private Plus Money Market
To determine what type of account your currently have, it is viewable on your statements. You can also see it on your online banking. If you’re currently enrolled for online banking, when you log in click on the “Accounts” tab and it’ll be listed under the “Deposit Accounts” section. If you do not currently use online banking, you may enroll by clicking here: https://go.td.com/1lU2qfY. You will need your account number, debit card number and Social Security number.
We hope this helps, Courtney. Enjoy the rest of your day!
Shanika A, Mount Laurel
September 6, 2016 03:42:04 PM