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i have a student checking account with you guys i just turned 15 but i have no ID to go into a branch and withdraw money from my account i have my debit card but sometimes the ATM is down and it has been down frequently at my branch. i used to have a school ID , but my school takes them back and recycles them, i cant get a county ID here because i have to be 16 what do i do?
July 30, 2015 05:44:49 PM
In reply to Justin, Lakewood
Welcome to TD Helps, Justin. We'll be glad to provide you with more information.
For the security of your account, it is a requirement to show identification in order to be able to withdraw from your account. However, if you have a joint account and the joint holder has identification, then he/she will be able to withdraw from the account. Below are the acceptable forms of I.D. that is accepted:
-Employment ID with Photo and Signature
-US Birth Certificate
-US Passport Card with Photo
-Welfare ID with Photo
-State Issued Driver's License with Signature, no Photo
-Foreign Driver's License with Photo
-US Employment Authorization card with Photo, Signature and Expiration Date
-College ID with Photo
-Firearms Permit with Photo
-Alien Registration Card with Photo
-Permanent Resident Card with Photo
If this isn't a joint account and you do not have any of the forms of I.D. listed above, we ask that you contact the TD Bank location you will be visiting to see if there are any other options. For a listing of our locations and hours please view: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
We hope this helps, Justin and take care.
Colleen B, Mount Laurel
July 30, 2015 05:45:25 PM
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