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I would like to switch my savings account to a checking account in order to have a debit card that I can use at stores when needed. How would I go about this?
Kyle, Port Jefferson, NY
May 27, 2015 09:56:21 PM
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In reply to Kyle, Port Jefferson, NY
Thank you for stopping by TD Helps, Kyle. We are more than happy to guide you in the right direction.
Although we are unable to change the account type from a Savings account to a Checking account, you're more than welcome to have your Savings account closed and funds transferred to your new Checking account. You can get all of this done within one phone call!
We invite you to visit http://bit.ly/1oXjGgF to view and compare our Checking accounts or check out our Checking Selector Tool http://bit.ly/1vW1xnU for help selecting a Checking account that is the best fit for you.
Once you have decided the type of the Checking account you wish to open, you may feel free to call us directly 24/7 at (888) 751-9000 with any questions you may have and set up your new Checking account via telephone. Our friendly Banking Specialist will be more than happy to transfer the remaining funds from your Savings account to fund your new Checking account.
If you prefer to get all these transactions done at a local TD Store near you, you are more than welcome to drop by during normal lobby hours. To find out TD store locations near you, please visit, http://bit.ly/TDStores. You will need to bring a valid photo I.D. (Driver's License, Passport, Military I.D. etc.) and Social Security number.
Once your account is successfully opened, you will then be able to either have a TD Debit Card mailed to you, or you may request one on the spot at any of your local TD Stores.
We hope you find our answer helpful and please don't hesitate to return to TD Helps if you have any further questions.
Justin B, Mount Laurel
May 27, 2015 09:57:27 PM