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I recently had four bank checks written to pay my taxes, but I forgot to add a memo to these checks. Can I write a memo the same way I would on a regular check or do I need new checks issued?
Christopher, Old Bridge
April 11, 2018 09:43:18 AM
In reply to Christopher, Old Bridge
Thanks for joining us this morning, Christopher.
You have an excellent question, and we'll be happy to clear up any confusion!
Here at TD Bank, we currently offer both money orders and official checks to our Customers. Generally speaking, money orders are purchased when the amount needed is less than $1,000, as money orders are unable to exceed this amount at this time. Official checks; however, can typically be purchased for any amount.
When purchasing a money order, only the amount is prefilled by a Customer Service Representative, while official checks are prefilled with the amount, date, and payee, as well as signed by the Representative assisting you. If you have an official check in your possession, and would like to add a memo, we'd like to recommend that you visit your nearest TD Store location to speak with a Customer Service Representative about doing so, as modifying your check in any way may result in your payee not accepting this form of payment. To take a look at Store locations and their hours, please visit http://go.td.com/1f9DSJR.
If you'd like, you're also welcome to connect with your TD Bank Store location before your visit if you have any questions or concerns. Feel free to use the link above to find the contact information for your nearest TD Store location!
Thanks again for joining us on TD Helps this morning, Christopher!
Have an amazing Wednesday!
Brittany M, Mount Laurel
April 11, 2018 09:44:40 AM