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May 6, 2015 05:15:58 PM
In reply to shyam, phoenixville
Thank you for reaching out to us here at TD Helps, Shyam! We would be happy to provide the most cost efficient way to make a transfer with TD Bank.
You can inform your friend that we offer Person-to-Person payments and with this feature, they can initiate a request to send funds. In order to be eligible for using Person-to-Person payment service, your friend must have a TD Bank personal account, a unique United States phone number, a United States issued Social Security Number and a valid unique e-Mail address. They must also be enrolled for Online Banking and have an eligible account with us. Please be aware that some transfer limits may apply to this service depending on how long your friend has been banking with TD.
Once your friend is logged in for Online Banking and enrolled for Person-to-Person payments, they can follow the on-screen instructions to set you up as a Payee and submit a transfer for you to accept. If they have any issues enrolling in this service or submitting a transfer to you, we recommend they reach out to one of our Tech Support Specialists 24/7 at 800-493-7562.
If your friend is unable to submit a Person to Person transfer, they can initiate a domestic wire. To initiate a domestic wire transfer from their account, they will need to visit a TD Bank Store. For hours and locations near you please take a look at: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
To send a domestic wire, your friend will need the name, address and ABA routing number of the receiving bank, the name of the account to be credited, the beneficiary address and the account number.
Please inform your friend that there may be fees assessed to their account for the use of these services. Here's a look at our Fee Schedule: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt. We also recommend confirming with your institution if they may assess any fees to your account with them.
If your friend has a checkbook, they are also welcome to write a check to you for deposit into your account. This may be a way to transfer funds with minimal or no cost.
Additionally, we recommend speaking directly with Wells Fargo for any additional details in what your bank requires, including any fees you might be charged.
Let us know if you have any other questions. It was great having you join us on TD Helps!
Cameron P, Mount Laurel
May 6, 2015 05:16:35 PM