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I had a personal checking account with TD bank but now im interested in a business checking account. My personal account had charged off, this is reported on chexsystems. Would I be able to open a business checking account once the balance on my personal account is paid off?
May 5, 2015 06:58:33 PM
In reply to Alexander, Odenton
Welcome to TD Helps, Alexander. We appreciate you reaching out to us and we would be happy inform you on how to open a TD business account.
Since you mentioned that your account was charged off, we ask that you contact our Recovery Department at 800-742-2651 to make payment arrangements, or visit your local TD Bank Store, prior to opening a new account. Please note, closed accounts cannot be re-opened regardless of the reasons for closing it; and business accounts can only be opened at the Store.
Once the overdrawn balance has been paid off, you are more than welcome to open a business account with us. Take a look at the types of business accounts that TD Bank has to offer here: http://bit.ly/1lWgAhe. Our web page can even make a selection based on your needs with the Business Checking Selector tool: http://bit.ly/1lGeYmw. If you have any questions while reviewing these options, a Business Banking Specialist would be happy to assist you over the telephone. You can reach them by dialing 1-855-278-8988.
Once you've decided on the right account for your needs and your business, you can stop by your local TD Bank for assistance or contact us 24/7 at 888-751-9000 to schedule an appointment. You could also click here: http://bit.ly/SWDqsn to fill in a form to request a call form a Small Business Banking Specialist. For information on our TD Store hours and locations please visit, http://bit.ly/TDStores.
We know budgeting is important in an effort to build savings and help manager your income, expenses, and debt repayments. TD has a lot of references, articles, tips, and tools at the “Finance 101” page; we would encourage you to look there: http://bit.ly/1yooowv.
We hope this helps Alexander. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to write back. Enjoy your day!
Cameron P, Mount Laurel
May 5, 2015 07:02:41 PM