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TD Bank has 1,290 branches nationally across the country. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a large bank that services an entire region in the country, and has ATM locations, but we are not currently tracking them.

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TD Bank was established December 1851. That's more than 150 years ago! It holds assets of 256 billion US dollars. This is considered a large national bank that most likely serves a large portion of the country. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 8%. Lower is better!

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TD Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(480 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By UpNorth Oct 21, 2016

    TD rips off its customers

    TD had been been spotty for a few years. I joined, with my daughter, because she would be going to school up in Canada. Over the years they significantly screwed up a couple of wire transfers, had some snot-nosed millenial mess up my accounts because they didn't know the banking regulations, while lecturing me with a bunch of garbage he'd just made up on his own, and a few other annoyances.
    But the latest has me closing my accounts.
    I deposited a Canadian check in my daughter's account. They charged a 4% exchange rate. If I'd known when I deposited it, I would not have done so. But they wouldn't disclose the exchange at the time of the deposit. This is basically theft, and when I wrote to complain, they responded with "we have forwarded your suggestion....." Suggestion? I didn't make one. I complained and they sent me a form letter.

    Bye-bye TD, I vote with my feet. Staying open 7 days isn't much of a sales feature in the age of internet banking. Incompetent and dishonest service certainly isn't.

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    Reviewed By LaurelH Oct 18, 2016

    Unfair mortgage "policy"/ practice

    So TD Bank thinks it can renew a mortgage with only one signature when there are two people on title in a situation where they did not consult the second person and there is marital breakdown? Because they have a "policy"? Sounds illegal or a scam to me. Perhaps they would like to pay the ongoing legal fees and the court costs when the petition to sell the house goes forward? Not to mention how this is helping to prolong an already acrimonious and unsettling process disrupting the lives of two young children. But I suppose profit is more important. I will be pursuing this to the highest levels of government and law because of the injustice of it. I realize that the person who did this is also a scumbag but I can't say I admire the ethics of a bank official who does something I perceive as unprofessional at the very least. I am not going o quit until there is justice and this cannot happen to anyone else in the future. The worst sort of profiteering. If there was a minus star option I would have chosen that.

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    Reviewed By tkarasick Oct 14, 2016

    Very welcoming, but fees galore

    They have great branches which are big, with plentiful parking, bright lights, and of course all of their branches have convenient hours (America's most convenient bank!). Open almost all day Saturday and Sunday.

    One of their biggest draws (outside of their operating hours) was their free coin counter. That went away earlier this year (2016) as the system had problems and they could not fully guarantee the final coin count.

    They usually have the friendliest signup offer on the market. Get $150 free for opening a convenience checking account and making a required number of debit transactions, no direct deposit required. $100 minimum opening deposit. Very simple.

    The biggest problem I have with TD Bank is their fees. All these conveniences come at a cost. Those extra hours on Saturday and Sunday have to be paid some how. I mean, like EVERYTHING has a fee. New book of checks? Fee. Paper billing? Fee. Transfer cash to another bank? Fee. Balance drops below minimum for the day? Fee. That balance minimum thing is a joke, by the way. You have to maintain that balance every single day, or else you qualify for the maintenance fee. It is not an end-of-statement minimum balance, it is a DAILY balance minimum. The paper billing is turned on by default and costs $1/month. You have to turn it off from within your online account.

    The online page is also a joke. I feel like I am using a webpage from 10 years ago. I have used many other financial institution websites and many of them keep up to date with current design trends. Not TD Bank.

    Bottom line. If you need a bank to deposit cash, and you need a low DAILY account minimum, the TD Bank convenience checking is where it is at. At every other B&M bank I have encountered, the checking accounts generally require a $1,000 or $1,500 minimum balance to avoid maintenance fee. Money market accounts at these banks have a lower minimum, $300, but are of course federally restricted on the number of transactions you can do per statement period (6). But if you need a full access bank with a great online presence with low fees to do advanced banking, I'd look elsewhere.

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