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I just got word that my student account is expiring. I'm still under the age of 24 for another month, but i'm a full time student who doesn't work, at all. It would be kind of hard for me to not only pay the $5 monthly fee on top of keeping my bank account above $100 when I'm still a student living full time with my parents. Do I have any other options?
January 9, 2016 07:08:05 AM
In reply to Diana, Philadelphia
Good morning, Diana and welcome to TD Helps.
As you have a TD Student Checking account, we invite you to visit here; http://bit.ly/S8Vejp for all the information you may want to know about this product type. Please keep in mind that student benefits will expire after 5 years or on a student’s 24th birthday, whichever comes first. At that time, the account will automatically convert to a TD Convenience Checking account.
Please take a moment to review our Convenience Checking account in more detail here: http://bit.ly/18IVtY0. If you prefer other Checking product, we encourage you to review all of your Checking Account options here: http://bit.ly/1HntQQZ. Or to get a personalized recommendation, we invite you to use our Checking Account Selector at http://bit.ly/1vW1xnU.
Additionally, a Banking Specialist will be glad to take a look at your account in detail and provide suggestions for you, based on your specific account needs. Feel free to give us a call at 888-751-9000, 24/7 or, stop in at any TD Bank Store you like, during normal lobby hours. And find a listing of our Stores here: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Let us know if you have any other questions. We hope you have a nice weekend, Diana!
LiShu R, Mount Laurel
January 9, 2016 07:10:11 AM