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my mum has stage 4 cancer and is in hospital, what will be the procedure for adding an indivisual to her account.
February 1, 2015 03:01:05 PM
In reply to eyvette, london
Thanks for reaching out to us, Eyvette. We are sorry to hear about your mom and hope all is well. We would be glad to help provide some information.
If you bank with us here at TD within the U.S., if you'll need to be added as a signer to your mother's account we'd recommend that you obtain the Power of Attorney (POA) documentation to do so. A power of attorney is an authorization by one person to another person to act on their behalf. Our Customers can designate another person to transact business on their account(s) by executing this. You can stop in at any TD Bank Store to provide us this paperwork, and we'll be able to add you without needing your mother to step into the Store.
Kindly note that the account owner generally needs to visit one of our Stores with the new signer in order to add that person to the account. Since she is unable to do so, if your mother prefers to add you as a joint owner rather than a POA on her account, we can recommend that she contacts her Home Store (the Store where she opened her account) to determine if they can provide you both with any alternate options. For a listing of TD Bank Stores please see here: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Just in case you're in London, Ontario and you bank with TD Canada Trust, you may like to take a look here for some suggestions that Krista provided: http://bit.ly/1vo45RO. If you do bank with our partner TD Canada Trust and have additional questions, feel free to reply on that message or post your own question right here: http://bit.ly/1kD3iFr.
We hope these suggestions help you out, Eyvette. All the best to you and your family and take care.
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
February 1, 2015 03:06:32 PM