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I'm currently in Seattle and is looking for a non-TD ATM to deposit some cash. I have tried Bank of America ATM and Chase ATM, but none of them offer me options to deposit cash.
Would you please advise what other banks' ATM I could use to deposit cash? I don't mind if the deposit will take a few days to be available.
October 26, 2015 08:56:28 AM
In reply to C, Seattle
Thanks for joining us this morning. We'd be glad to help provide options.
You may make deposits at a non-TD ATM, when doing so, please be sure to visit an ATM that is listed as a NYCE shared deposit machine. Keep in mind that any deposits made at a non-TD ATM will take longer to clear your account and can take up to 5 to 7 business days.
You also have the option of purchasing a money order with the cash you have on hand. Once you have the money order, there are a couple options available for you to deposit the check into your account.
One option is to send your check via our Bank-by-Mail feature. Banking by mail is simple, and easy. All you would need to do is mail your deposit to the address below:
TD Bank, N.A. ME2-001-033 P.O. Box Number 1190 Lewiston, Maine 04243
The P.O. Box is checked daily and transactions are posted the same day.
If you need to Fed-EX or UPS a mail in a Deposit to us, you can ship it to the address below:
TD Bank, Bank by Mail 140 Mill Street Lewiston ME 04243
Please keep in mind that the TD Bank is not responsible for items lost in mail. Here are some additional tips to consider prior to mailing your deposit:
- Cash should not be sent through the mail
- Payee of the check and name on deposit ticket should be the same
- Checks should be endorsed (and restricted "for deposit only")
- Multiple checks should be listed and a total of the deposit listed
- Enclose the deposit ticket, not the carbon copy
- If using a blank deposit ticket, please write the account number clearly
- Do not staple transactions
We also invite you to check out: http://bit.ly/1kb17UQ (pages 39-42) for details on how long deposits take to apply to your account.
We hope this helps. Let us know if you have any other questions. Have a good day!
Yen D, Mount Laurel
October 26, 2015 09:03:55 AM