Have checking for persons over 50 with no monthly charges as long as I maintain $100 balance. Get free checks, free debit card, free coin counting/changing, free money orders (if needed). Account also pays a minimal interest rate. To date, I have never paid a fee. Have "high yield" savings which does not pay as much as the internet banks but it is easily accessible to my spouse. Have always dealt with courteous, helpful tellers and customer service staff.
This is the worst bank to deal with and the italian girl manager is the worst person to deal with i think she is on a power trip they charge all kinds of fees for nothing they freeze cheques but take there fees from the frozen funds anyway the employees don't even know that the funds get frozen for 7 days or 5 days this bank has to wake up and treat customers the proper way and get rid of that women manager she does not know anything to much you know what so change bank and go somewhere where they know what they are talking about
Approaching my full retirement age of 67, TD Bank decided to terminate me for some false policy breach. The quality of management has deteriorated to the point
of no return. I would advise anyone thinking of a career with this bank to steer clear.Extremely low wages, oppressive working conditions, and a management style that is only concerned with profit. The more you produce the more money management makes. I you get tired of constantly being beaten over the head to sell, sell, sell.And they love to charge fees. STAY AWAY.