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Need to leave to pay for a boat, and I'm short 3000 dollars. My withdrawl limit is $500. Can I call and have my limit approved?
April 2, 2015 07:53:26 PM
In reply to Sam, Ottawa
Thank you for joining us here at TD Helps, Sam.
For the protection of your TD Bank account, your TD Debit Card has daily limits placed on it. For more information on your daily limit amounts, please take a look at our Personal Deposit Account Agreement: http://bit.ly/1kb17UQ (Pages 43 & 44).
If you are expecting to withdraw more than what is permitted on your daily limit, we do have a few options available for you to increase this limit. You can call us directly 24/7 at 888-751-9000. After account verification; one of our dedicated Customer Service Representatives can request the increase for you.
Another option would be sending us a secure message via your Online Banking. Once you're logged in to www.tdbank.com, please click on the "Customer Service" tab and then select "Send a Message" located under the "Message Center" section. Please note that in order to request an increase via fax, phone, or email, your account is required to be open for at least 90 days.
If you have not enrolled, you can do so for free by following this link: http://bit.ly/1lU2qfY. You will need your account number, Social Security number, your email address and your current TD ATM/Debit card.
Please note, your increase will not be permanent but will remain in effect for the business day when the increase is processed. If you would like a permanent limit increase, you would need to visit any TD Bank to make this request. Please visit http://bit.ly/TDStores for TD Bank locations.
We noticed that the location you wrote in from was Ottawa. If you have your account with TD Canada trust, we invite you to check out: http://bit.ly/1DBKsYq, in which Geoffrey asked a similar question in regards to a limit increase. Also, check out http://bit.ly/1kD3iFr to ask any additional questions to our partners up in TD Canada Trust.
We appreciate you coming to TD Helps with your question. We hope you have a wonderful evening!
Justin B, Mount Laurel
April 2, 2015 07:57:29 PM