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I received a check on the account of Albany College of Pharmacy in the amount of $2,300. I had never even heard of this College. The check was mailed Priority Mail 2-Day frp, Thomas of Harbert Management Corporation in Birmingham AL 35203. The account number the check is written on is contained at the bottom of the check immediately following the Roouting Number XXXXX as ":XXXXXXXXX". I received this check July 8, 2015 on USPS Tracking Number XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXX .
I would like to know, since it very suspicious, whether it is an attempt to involve me in some type of scheme. I have received no contact from either of the two involved parties, and refuse to attempt to cash the check, even though it would certainly come in handy as both my wife are retired and living on a fixed income.
Earl, Sunrise (Florida)
October 9, 2015 10:23:25 PM
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In reply to Earl, Sunrise (Florida)
Thank you for stopping by TD Helps, Earl. We appreciate you taking the time to contact us tonight.
We're happy to provide options where you can verify if the check you received is valid. First, we recommend you visit your local TD Bank Store with your valid form of ID. To find out TD Store locations near you, please visit, http://bit.ly/TDStores. A Customer Service Representative will be happy to review the check with you.
We'd also like to share this link with you: http://bit.ly/1npPddy. It will help you to protect your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal information has always been fundamental to the way we do business within TD Bank.
We hope you have a nice weekend, and thanks for coming to us with your TD Helps question, Earl.
Justin B, Mount Laurel
October 9, 2015 10:24:17 PM
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