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I just opened a savings and checking account with TD Bank and I would like to have all my child support payments sent directly to my checking account. However, this is only possible if TD Bank is an ACH member.
Angelica, Bronx, New York
December 28, 2014 11:14:14 AM
In reply to Angelica, Bronx, New York
Good morning, Angelica and thanks for visiting us on TD Helps. Welcome to TD family!
You can certainly receive ACH transfers into your Checking account. In order to receive an electronic funds transfer, also known as ACH transfer, it is necessary to provide the following information to any individual or financial institution sending funds to you:
1. Your account number
2. Your routing number (first 9 digits on the bottom of your checks)
3. Your account title, exactly as it appears on your account
4. Your Account type
There are a couple of ways you may obtain your account number. Your account number can be found on the paper statement which is located at the right top corner of the page. If you have any checks for your account, the account number would be the second set of numbers located at the bottom of the check. Please check out this link for more information http://bit.ly/1qH2i2K. Additionally, you may locate the routing/ABA number at the bottom left side of your check.
If you don't have any checks for your account, TD Bank Routing Numbers are based upon the TD location where you originally opened the account. For a list of our current routing numbers please check out: http://bit.ly/1cmRPoF. If you are not certain which TD location you opened your account at, we invite to give us a call 24/7 at 888-751-9000 for your routing number.
We hope you find our answers helpful and please don’t hesitate to return to TD Helps if you have any further questions.
LiShu R, Mount Laurel
December 28, 2014 11:15:08 AM