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I have both a checking account and savings account with TD Bank. Is there anyway I can have a form filed to let my daughter withdraw money without being a joint account?
I want the money to be mine but with her able to access it.
Anna, Fort Ann, NY
March 18, 2018 11:27:48 AM
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In reply to Anna, Fort Ann, NY
Good Morning, Anna. We’ll be happy to assist you today!
Unfortunately, your daughter would not be able to withdraw funds from your account, without being an authorized signer. Being an authorized signer on an account would grant her full access, and you may stop by your local TD Bank Store to add her to an account. We invite you to click here: http://bit.ly/TDStores to view our Store locations and hours.
If you have checks for your personal checking account, it may be best to write your daughter a check, which she would then be able to cash or deposit at her financial institution. If she is a TD Bank Customer, she may be able to cash the check at her local TD Bank Store. If she is not a TD Bank Customer, there would be a $7.00 check cashing fee.
Additionally, if you both have an active debit card, and you are enrolled in online banking, you may utilize our free service, Send Money, to send her money instantly! If you would like to discuss this service, or need assistance with setting this up, please feel free to reach out to our Tech Support by dialing 800-493-7562. Our Representatives are happy to assist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We hope this information helps, Anna, and appreciate you for joining us today.
Natasha M, Mt. Laurel
March 18, 2018 11:28:25 AM