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August 6, 2015 09:12:57 AM
In reply to Andre, Tamarac
Thanks for making a stop at TD Helps, Andre. We'd be glad to help.
Before we begin, we'd like to explain the difference between the two payments. An ACH withdrawal is when a debit has been deducted from your account automatically after the account number and routing number has been provided to your payee. An ACH transaction can also be referred to a Direct Deposit, or Direct Debit, depending on whether you are receiving funds or paying a bill.
A check is a form of payment that draws money directly from a checking account. This form of payment can typically take 3-5 business days to be presented. Please note, delays may occur if the check was mailed.
With that being said, if an ACH block exists on your account, you may still initiate payments via check.
However, we would need to review your account further as there may be exceptions. As this is pertaining specifically to your account, we recommend connecting with us directly for additional information regarding your inquiry. We are available 24/7 at 888-751-9000. After account verification, we'd be happy to look further into your account. If you are able to visit us, you may also stop by any TD location to open the account. To take a look at TD Stores near you please visit http://bit.ly/TDStores.
We hope this was helpful. Have a good one.
Yen D, Mount Laurel
August 6, 2015 09:16:59 AM