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Hello, i just opened an account with Td about 3 days ago and spoke to a service rep who asked me to come in and sign a signature card at one of the branches. I asked what it was and she said that if i were to travel and use my debit card, they would be able to compare my signature on the "signature card" i sign at the branch with my debit card. My question is, is this a common security measure and how long has td bank been doing this? I also want to say that i like the idea alot! More banks should do the same thing.
March 25, 2015 03:11:50 PM
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In reply to Melissa, Bronx
Welcome to the TD family, Melissa. We'd be happy to clarify.
During the account opening process or to complete the opening, a signature card has always been required. Banks use the signature card to verify your signature in the cases of signing for purchases and writing checks. It is just one of the many ways banks, including TD, keep your funds safe.
If you're interested in our security commitment to you and helpful tips we invite you to take a look at our Security Center found here: http://bit.ly/1npPddy.
If you ever have any questions or concerns in regards to banking, feel free to reach back out to us here, visit a TD Store during lobby hours or call us 24/7 by dialing 888-751-9000. To take a look at Stores near you and their hours please visit http://bit.ly/TDStores. Whichever method you choose, we'd be happy to help!
Have a great day, Melissa!
Megan K, Mount Laurel
March 25, 2015 03:13:38 PM
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