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Hello. I'm interested in opening three accounts; checking, and two saving accounts. The checking account normally would carry a minimum of $8000 and the savings accounts are as follows: $1400 and $700. Do you have no fee options? Would that include no fee ATM and no fee bill pay?
August 13, 2015 09:14:59 AM
In reply to Linda, Medford
Hey Linda, thanks for joining us here at TD Helps. We appreciate you considering banking with TD Bank and would be happy to help!
Here at TD Bank, we offer many different types of Checking and Savings accounts. To view and compare our checking accounts, visit http://bit.ly/WrwMg7 or check out our Checking Selector Tool http://bit.ly/1vW1xnU for help selecting a checking account that is the best fit you. To view and compare savings account products, click on http://bit.ly/1pJT9I9, or if you prefer, we also have a Savings Selector Tool http://bit.ly/1vW1DvM which can help you choose the best savings account for your needs.
We'd like to take this opportunity to let you know that we offer some accounts in which non-TD Bank ATM fees would be waive and we may reimburse you for fees charged by the owner of the non-TD Bank ATM at the end of each statement cycle if you maintain a $2,500 minimum balance for the entire statement cycle. Please look here, http://bit.ly/1cTejgt for fee information and the types of accounts needed to avoid a non-TD ATM fee, as well as http://bit.ly/1kb17UQ (pg. 40-41) for more information on what type of fees to expect.
Once you've decided on which account is best for you, you may open the account online, over the phone or at a TD Bank Store. To open an account online, you may do so by clicking on the "Open Account" box which will be listed at the bottom of each by the account details (through the links above). To get started, you'll need your Social Security number and one of the following: Driver's license, State ID, or Passport. To make a first deposit online, you may use a debit card linked to an account from another Financial Institution, a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) or you can stop by your local TD Store to make a deposit. For a listing of TD Bank Stores please see here: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Once your accounts has been opened, you may than enroll for TD Online Banking. Good news, TD Customers may utilize TD Bill Pay for free! To enroll for online banking for your personal accounts, you may use our self-service option by visiting http://bit.ly/1lU2qfY to begin the enrollment process. In order to do so, you will need your account number, TD Bank ATM/Debit Card, your Social Security Number and your email address. Once at the page, please select "Personal" from the drop down box. When you select continue, you will have to read and accept the Online Banking Service Agreement. Then you will be asked to enter your personal information including the items mentioned earlier and to create a user name and password. Finally you will be asked to create three security questions. When you finish the enrollment process, you will have immediate access to your account(s).
If you do not have the required information to set up for Online Banking and have made your initial deposit or have any other questions or concerns about Bill Pay, you may contact us 24/7 at 800-493-7562 to speak with a Tech Support Specialist. Upon proper account verification, we would be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding online banking. If you have not made an initial deposit and need assistance enrolling, we invite you to visit your local TD Store during lobby hours for assistance.
We hope this helps, Linda. Enjoy your day and please do not hesitate to let us know if you need anything else.
Yen D, Mount Laurel
August 13, 2015 09:24:53 AM