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cash some money. To my surprise I was told that I had to open an account and then transfer the money before I could get the money, Is this correct.
May 12, 2016 09:34:53 AM
In reply to Bjorn, Ringsted
Thanks for your question, Bjorn and we'd be glad to clarify.
If you visited a TD Bank in the U.S., we apologize for any inconvenience however in order to cash a check not drawn on TD, you would need to have an account here with us with enough funds in it to cover the full amount of the check. If the check you were attempting to negotiate was drawn on TD Bank and you are not an account holder, we'd be able to negotiate the item. Please know that there may be a $7.00 fee applied for the cashing of a TD check if you are not an account holder.
As a TD customer, you are able to cash TD checks free of charge as well as non-TD checks (as long as your account has enough funds to cover the item).
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to our Banking Specialists 24/7 by dialing 888-751-9000.
If you had visited a TD Canada Trust location, we recommend reaching out to them for clarification. You are able to reach the Canadian TD Helps Team by visiting here: http://go.td.com/1QBOF4U. Once you submit a question to them, we're sure they'll provide their best reply!
If you prefer to speak with a Representative directly, we recommend taking a look at TD Canada Trust's contact options here: http://go.td.com/1woOVay.
We hope this clears things up and have a good morning.
Megan K, Mount Laurel
May 12, 2016 09:35:07 AM
In reply to Megan, Mount Laurel
Dear Megan K, Thanks for your answer. What do you require from a non resident person in USA to open an account at your bank? My reason for opening an account is that I would then wire money from my E*trade securities account within USA to my account at your bank and then withdraw money. I travel a lot on holidays within USA.
May 17, 2016 12:43:04 PM
Thanks for your interest in an account with us, Bjorn!
In order to open an account with us, you will need to visit us at a TD Bank Store. Feel free to take a look at the link above to find a TD Store you'd like to visit.
We offer many different types of checking and savings accounts. To view and compare our checking accounts, visit http://go.td.com/1aDaRqd or check out our Checking Selector Tool http://go.td.com/1vW1xnU for help with selecting a checking account that is the best fit for you.
To view and compare savings account products, click on http://go.td.com/1pJT9I9, or if you prefer, we also have a Savings Selector Tool http://go.td.com/1vW1DvM which can help you choose the best savings account for your needs.
Once you are ready to visit a Store, as a Non-US resident you will need to bring two forms of identification with you. One form of ID must be a Non-US passport and the second form of ID you may select from the list below:
- Employment ID with Photo and Signature
- State Issued ID or Driver's License with Signature
- Foreign Driver's License with Photo
- US Employment Authorization card with Photo, Signature and Expiration Date
- College ID with Photo
- Alien Registration Card with Photo
- Permanent Resident Card with Photo
We also recommend reaching out to the TD Store you plan on visiting prior to your trip to determine if any additional information will be needed.
We hope this helps and have a great day!
Megan K, Mount Laurel
May 17, 2016 12:43:16 PM