I just want to share my bad experience and the nightmare that tdbank is giving to me...!!!... I got a call from tdbank fraud department telling me that one of tdbank’s employees gave out my personal information (name, address, social security number and account number ) without my consent to an unauthorized party... The customer service representative at fraud department ( named ms. Stacy) whom i spoke with, told me that this happened “mistakenly or in purposely ”
i am very concerned about this situation and, i cannot believe that such financial institution can have such inexperience employees working and handling such sensitive information. Ms. Stacy tried to calm me down telling me that this “it might happened” and that this situation is under investigation, but it was too late because at the beginning of our conversation she clearly said, “that it happened”. I am in state of shock to know that my personal information is out there in some criminal’s hand, and this is issue is causing such state of intranquility and anxiety to me. I can not believe that this institution doesn’t has the proper security systems and resources to protects the identity of their customers and, i am demanding to have more information about this issue in what happened and how this happened. Obviously tdbank don't know how to handle your personal information.. How is possible that kind of leak!!!.. This issue is creating such of state of anxiety and paranoid to my persona and i've been calling and sending letters to get a response in how this happened and when... And all that they tell me that is "under investigation"... This is scary!!!
Workers at this branch including Gilbert Vega, Officer, Assistant Store Manager, NMLS ID# 596679, TD Bank, 2400 Bway, NY, NY 10024, 212-579-2010, make errors and in an egregious act of disrespectful (to the client) temerity and possibly criminal behavior, attempt to cover up their lack of competence by falsifying documents, discarding documents signed by client (handwritten ancillary/concomitant/down stream documents the bank has on file could not have been generated without the above referenced computer generated document's composition) and altering of an evidence stream by replacing a signed document with one intended to cover up Bank Error . While attempting to get copies of the above mentioned signed documents (via walk in v. phone w/TD Bank officials) an alternate TD Bank employee attempted to seek out business for TD Bank, asking if the [high profile] company the client worked for 'has a board', implying that they [the high profile company's board] would meet with the [clearly naive at best, revealing a suspect intellect] low level TD Bank Employee [to work out a business deal with the bank]. A complaint relative to the above will be filed with TD Bank Security and / or appropriate government oversight agencies. Curiously, at the building adjacent to the bank (possibly the Merrion at 215 w. 88th street??) one morning client witnessed building staff (doorman/ super and / or maintenance person) being politely greeted by a woman and her daughter as they left the building and as soon as the woman and her daughter were apparently out of earshot, they (building staff) laughed at each other, asked if [paraphrased] 'that's the nurse in apartment [redacted]' and then began talking about what they'd do to her [sexual innuendo].
I had my auto loan transferred from a local bank to TD bank after TD bank acquired the local bank. Following this, being able to track my loan was down right impossible! TD bank stated I could not access the loan online since it was a loan transfer. I had to pay in person each time! Now that I am one payment away from paying off my vehicle, they tell me over the phone (after 30 min holds between three transfers to three separate people) that I owe over 150% of my balance due to "late" fees, etc. I am requesting an itemized payoff report to include principal, interest, and other fee balances. By the way, I was told that this request has to be done via fax only! Can't request via phone or online! Why doesn't TD bank do their employees a favor and close on weekends (especially on Sundays) since they really don' t offer any other benefits!