I have a checkings accnt that I want to cancel?
I've made a checkings account with TD bank in December of last year and I have to have a $100 minimum in order for them to keep keep my accnt or I'll get charged $15 (I think) a month every time I'm under my minimum but I don't get charged until the 1st of January next year. I've been searching HARD for jobs (whatever I can get) but no luck my question is, is there a fee they charge for cancellation?
Asked By: CONCERNED CITIZEN - 10/4/2011
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Banks change their fees all the time. It is best to call them and ask about your specific account. If you opened an account under special rules, they will be the only ones who can answer this question.
Answered By: NiceT - 10/4/2011
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If you've had the account over six months, they won't charge you a fee to close it. But if you could hold $100 in the account it would be easier. Some people put the $100 in there and then delete it from their checkbook. So you have $125 in the account, but your checkbook says $25. That may or may not work for you... More
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