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October 26, 2014 07:07:38 AM
In reply to Michael, Houston
Hello, Michael, thanks for joining us here on TD Helps.
Please be informed that although we are affiliated with TD Canada Trust across the border, we are not the same institution. We do apologize for the inconvenience as you would not be able to make a deposit there and have it credit your US account. There are other ways to make deposits while on the go so not to worry!
One of the easiest ways to deposit checks into your account is through TD Mobile Deposit. If you choose to make a deposit through your smart phone, you’ll first need to ensure you have an internet-enabled Android or iPhone device with a camer, be enrolled in TD Bank Online Banking and the TD Bank Mobile Deposit service. Also, please make sure you have been a TD Bank customer for at least 90 days or longer with an active checking, savings or money market account. Only checks in U.S. Dollars are able to be deposited through our Mobile Deposit app. You can always visit http://bit.ly/1e3jiYF to view other Frequently Asked Questions; which could be useful.
If you've been a customer less than 90 days, we have another option for you. You can make a deposit via mail by sending your deposit to: TD Bank, N.A. ME2-001-033 P.O. Box Number 1190 Lewiston, ME 04243.
Here are some tips to consider prior to mailing your deposit:
- Cash should not be sent through the mail
- Payee of the check and name on deposit ticket should be the same
- Checks should be endorsed (and restricted for deposit only)
- Multiple checks should be listed and a total of the deposit listed
- Enclose the deposit ticket, not the carbon copy
- If using a blank deposit ticket, please write account number clearly
- Do not staple transactions
We would also recommend checking out http://bit.ly/1kb17UQ for all of the information you'll need to know about funds availability starting on page 38 - page 41.
We hope the information provided helps, Michaela. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Elizabeth D, Mount Laurel
October 26, 2014 08:00:17 AM