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Hi, I opened an account in 2005 while I was in the US. I had some money in my account and then I left the US for 10 years (2015) and my account has been escheated. Is there a way I can reinstate my account? I am not able to fly back to the US and when I called the hotline several times, I still could not get to the right person to solve this issue. Please kindly advise. Is the process of escheating reversible? Please let me know. Thanks!
hwee chin, Singapore
November 4, 2015 10:21:24 AM
In reply to hwee chin, Singapore
Good morning, Hwee Chin and thank you for connecting with us on TD Helps with your inquiry.
An account is considered abandoned/unclaimed if the Customer has not made a deposit, withdrawal, or transfer from their account or if there has been no Customer Contact within the past 3-5 years (depending on the state) and may be escheated to the State.
To best assist you, we ask that you connect with our Abandoned Property Department at 800-281-0025 for further assistance. Additionally, you're looking for a list for an unclaimed account, please check out: http://1.usa.gov/1qtMcdv for more details.
Thanks again for writing in today, Hwee Chin. Have a good one!
LiShu R, Mount Laurel
November 4, 2015 10:22:01 AM