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When do Saturday deposits hit accounT
January 3, 2017 10:01:50 AM
In reply to Michael, Brooklyn
Thank you so much for reaching out to us on TD Helps, Michael. We're happy to help clear up some confusion in regard to your deposit.
When making a check deposit with a Teller or at an ATM, the first $100.00 is made available immediately. If you are a new account holder and your account has not been open for 30 consecutive days, Check deposits can be held for 7-10 business days for verification purposes. After this grace period, not only will the first $100 be made available at the time of deposit but the rest of the funds will credit to your account the following business day.
Check deposits made via a TD Bank ATM before 8:00 PM on a business day are considered deposits made on that business day and will be available on the next banking day; however, if your deposit is made after 8:00 PM, it will be considered the next days' business and will post to your account on the following business day. TD Bank makes the first $100.00 available of your daily ATM check deposits immediately for accounts that are opened 90 days or greater. However, if your account is less than 90 days old, check deposits made through the ATM or at a TD Store may be held for 7-10 business days.
For example, in this case, your deposit is made on Saturday, which is not considered a business day, therefore, it will be considered a deposit on Monday's business day and will be available to you on Tuesday. Please note, longer delays may apply under certain circumstances, for more information, we ask that you take a look at our Personal Deposit Account Agreement here: http://go.td.com/1kb17UQ. On pages 35-37 you can find our Funds Availability Policy along with information about when you'll have access to deposits.
We hope this helps, Michael. Feel free to reach out to us at any time with any other questions.
Kris M, Mt. Laurel
January 3, 2017 10:02:10 AM