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have not received my debit card and also need routing number
October 14, 2015 10:43:15 AM
In reply to brian, mattapan
Thanks for joining us today, Brian.
Based on your question, it sounds like you recently opened an account with TD Bank and you are inquiring about your new TD Debit Card. If so, we'd be glad to help!
If you applied for your new TD Bank account online or by phone and requested a new debit card during account opening, you should expect to receive your card by mail at the address you provided within 7 to 10 business days. Please note that delivery times can vary depending on your postal office.
If you would prefer to have your new debit card immediately, you may obtain one by visiting any TD Bank Store nearby you. To find the closest TD Store location, please visit, http://bit.ly/TDStores. All TD Banks have an instant issue machine where you may obtain a new card, seven days a week and you'll be able to leave with a card in hand! Once at the Store, if you did order a debit card online that is currently being mailed, please ask the Store representative to close it since it will no longer be useful once you activate the card you will receive at the Store.
You were also inquiring about your routing number. TD Bank Routing Numbers are based upon the TD location where you originally opened your account. For a list of our current Routing Numbers please check out: http://bit.ly/1cmRPoF. If you are not certain which TD location you opened your account at, we invite to give us a call 24/7 at 888-751-9000 for confirmation of your Routing Number. Or, you could always stop by your local TD Bank Store for help to confirm your Routing Number.
You may also locate the Routing / ABA Number at the bottom left side of your check if you have one with you. Please check out this link for more information http://bit.ly/1qH2i2K.
We hope this helps, Brian. Let us know if you have any other questions.
Yen D, Mount Laurel
October 14, 2015 10:44:40 AM