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debbie, beach lake pa
April 14, 2015 03:53:30 PM
In reply to debbie, beach lake pa
It's very nice of you to join us on TD Helps, Debbie.
If you have any concerns in regards to a check that you deposited into your account, we suggest that you contact the Originator or Maker of the check for further details. In most cases, if you deposited a check that was returned for insufficient funds, you may attempt to re-deposit the check again after you've received the legal check copy in the mail. We recommend that you connect with the Maker before you do this.
Please keep in mind that, in some cases, these types of checks cannot be re-deposited – for example, if the check was returned due to a stop payment or fraud. Also, please be aware that when a check you've deposited is returned, there may be applicable fees. Please look here for our current Fee Schedule: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt.
If you are questioning a check that you wrote to someone from your TD Bank account and the Payee is claiming that it returned due to insufficient funds, we recommend connecting with us 24/7 at 888-751-9000 so that we may review the situation. As this pertains directly to your account, when you are able to reach out to us we can review your account details with you at the time when the check was presented.
We hope this helps Debbie and thanks again for stopping by and take care!
Megan K, Mount Laurel
April 14, 2015 03:55:05 PM