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Trying to find out if there is a form that can be filled out by my boyfriend that is in jail so his check can be deposit in my checking account and did have account with TD before..he has checks coming from hifs lawyer
June 6, 2016 07:56:07 AM
In reply to Valerie, Philadelphia
Welcome to TD Helps, Valerie. We'd be glad to discuss.
If you need to open an account for an inmate at this time, this is possible if you're able to obtain a Legal Power of Attorney (POA). This document would be required to contain the following information, to be able to use it for the purpose of opening an account:
-The POA must have been witnessed
-It must also be notarized
-The POA must be valid and not expired
-If the existing document is older than 5 years, the agent must complete an Affidavit of Power of Attorney stating that the POA is still in full force and effect and has not been revoked, and the form must be notarized
-If the POA was executed in a foreign country, the document must be signed and notarized at a United States Consulate or Embassy
If you're able to get this documentation, you can visit any local TD Bank Store to open the account. Please see a listing of our Stores near you here: http://go.td.com/1WxWpIB.
If you have any questions, we recommend visiting any TD Bank Store near you, or feel free to contact a Customer Service Representative 24/7 at 888-751-9000 for further assistance.
We hope this helps, Valerie. Have a good morning.
Megan K, Mount Laurel
June 6, 2016 07:56:18 AM