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I currently started college and I want to open a College checking account but with that said, I turn 24 in a couple of weeks how will this affect me opening the account or can i even open it??
February 12, 2015 01:32:47 PM
In reply to Luis, Brooklyn
We appreciate you choosing to connect with us via TD Helps, Luis.
Thanks for considering TD Bank. As long as you're an active full time student under the age of 24, and can provide proof of enrollment with a Student ID or a tuition payment receipt, then our TD Student Checking account is a great option for you. For more information on the Student Checking account, please visit http://bit.ly/S8Vejp.
Please understand, if you decide to open a Student checking account, the benefits will expire on student’s 24th birthday or after 5 years from the account opening date, whichever comes first, the account will then convert to a TD Convenience Checking account.
We'd also like to take this opportunity to share our other Checking account options with you. Feel free to take a look at or Checking accounts here: http://bit.ly/1oXjGgF or you may use our Checking account Selector Tool by clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/1vW1xnU.
Once you have decided on the account(s) that best fits your needs, there are many ways available to open the account. You can open the account right online through the links above. Alternatively, you can contact us at 888-751-9000 anytime 24/7 to speak with a Customer Service Representative and open it over the phone. Stopping by your local TD Bank Store is also an option, and our Customer Service Representatives would be happy to help! For hours and location information, please take a look here http://bit.ly/TDStores. When applying through any of these convenient methods, please note that you'll need your Social Security number and a valid personal identification such as a Driver's license, State ID, Military ID or Passport.
We hope you find this helpful and please do not hesitate to write again if you have any other questions.
Sandy D, Mount Laurel
February 12, 2015 01:38:42 PM