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I'm 16 and I don't know which checking account to open to get my paychecks
March 14, 2016 06:55:05 AM
In reply to Brian, Rutherfordton
Thanks for your interest in opening an account with TD, Brian. We'd be glad to discuss.
We have some ideas for you. Since you mentioned that you're 16, you'll be happy to know that you're eligible for our TD Go Card. This is a reloadable prepaid card, designed specifically for our teenage customers. This is a great way for you to manage funds and for your parent or guardian to keep track of this spending. You're welcome to view some helpful information about our TD Go Card right here: http://bit.ly/1j8sgt2. You would be able to make purchases anywhere Visa is accepted and your parent or guardian will be able to monitor your spending and load funds to your card online. For more information, you might also like to check out our Go Card Frequently Asked Questions here: http://bit.ly/1gRpCay.
Your parent or guardian can obtain a TD Go card for you by visiting the first link above. They can simply follow the prompts for assistance! Kindly note that they will have to be a TD Bank Customer, as the Go Card must be loaded initially using a TD Bank Visa Credit or Debit card. We invite you to check out the TD Go Card Terms & Conditions here: http://bit.ly/1eSK0Du which includes any fees applicable. For any questions, you can reach our Go Card Customer Service directly at 855-219-8050, 24/7 or stop in at any TD Bank Store.
If you'd simply like to have an ATM card, or if you prefer a Visa Debit card associated with a checking account, you would also be able to open a checking or savings with a parent/guardian. We offer a wide array of accounts and we invite you to visit the below links for more information. Feel free to check out: http://bit.ly/1gAWlhY to view our checking selector and visit http://bit.ly/UbFOwS for the different types of checking accounts TD Bank offers. TD Bank also offers different types of savings accounts; for more information, take a look here: http://bit.ly/1hQscMj, and for a personalized recommendation, click here: http://bit.ly/1sxY9Rd. To open one, joint accounts can be started at a TD Bank location. Please check out: http://bit.ly/TDStores for a TD Store near you.
Please keep in mind that a valid form of identification such as a State License, State ID or Passport will be needed by your parent or guardian to be listed on the account. You would be able to use a School ID (preferably with a picture), Passport, U.S. Birth Certificate or Social Security card.
We hope this helps, Brian and have a good day.
Megan K, Mount Laurel
March 14, 2016 06:55:38 AM