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I'm a student from Massachusetts but my residential address is in Pennsylvania. I plan on opening a student checking account soon and I was wondering what I need to bring with me when I go to the bank.
January 7, 2015 08:47:38 PM
In reply to Emily, Boohtwyn
Good evening and thanks for coming by TD Helps, Emily! We're glad that you are considering us for your banking needs and we'll be sure to provide all the information that you need.
Before you open your account, we'd like for you to check out the following link for more information on our Student Checking account: http://bit.ly/S8Vejp. You'd need proof of enrollment (Student ID or a Tuition Payment Receipt). Also, with the Student Checking account, no minimum deposit is needed to open the account. Once you have a TD Student Checking account then you can also qualify for a TD Simple Savings account with no monthly maintenance fee when linked to your Student Checking account. For more information on our TD Simple Savings Account, please take a look here: http://bit.ly/1cDNIR3, or you can click here: http://bit.ly/1l6nLQ7 to view the different types of savings accounts TD Bank has to offer.
There are a few ways that you can open the account. You may open the account online by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1gcgwnr, please select the "Open Account" box towards the right of the screen. You may also contact us at 1-888-751-9000 and speak with a Banking Specialist, available 24/7. Our Specialists would be more than happy to help answer any additional questions along with opening the account for you! As always, you can stop by any TD Store to open the new account. Take a look at the following link find the nearest TD Bank Store and their hours: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
We hope this helps and feel free to come by any time you have a question, Emily! Take care and have a good one.
Katherine G, Mount Laurel
January 7, 2015 08:49:07 PM