Do you have a bank account right now? Do you also currently manage your bank account on the Internet over your bank’s official online website? If you prefer to manage your account either over the phone or in person at your local bank, know that there are both pros and cons to signing up for an online account and keeping it simple by doing everything in person. Almost everything can be done on the Internet these days, from watching movies to online chat with people all over the world. With today’s world moving faster than ever, and with every possible aspect of our society slowly moving into a new digital age, it may simply be in your best interest to take a look into the wonderful world of signing up for an online account with your preferred bank. We realize that this may sound like a scary or confusing prospect at first, so we are here to help you every step of the way so you can be sure that your signup process is as smooth as possible. It’s a simple two-step process. We will be using TD Bank as an example in this article. TD Bank has been serving customers nationwide for for over 150 years since its founding in 1852.
Step 1: Enrolling At TD Bank
Before you can start managing all of your finances online, you will first need to enroll at your local TD Bank. You can do this one of two ways: Either over the phone or in person at your closest TD Bank location. To locate your nearest building, first open your preferred web browser on your computer and navigate it to tdbank.com.
You will then be presented with the home page of TD Bank’s official website. From there, click the “Locations” link on the top right side of the page. On the next page you will see a text box. You can either enter your city, state, or zipcode into the box to help locate your nearest TD Bank building. After you find the location nearest to your home or office, you may want to check their hours, along with finding the best route to drive, by clicking on the “View hours and directions” link. You can also find this information by calling their phone number and talking to an agent. After you arrive at your nearest TD Bank, there will be an agent there who will be happy to assist you in opening a new checking account. In the next step, we will show you how to take your account online.
Step 2: Online Login
Now that you have successfully opened a new checking and savings account with TD Bank and received your new checking/debit card, it would be a great idea for you to also give your account an online presence, so you can manage your funds from the comfort of your home or office computer. Many banks also offer free smartphone apps so you can manage on the go. To get started, open your browser and head to onlinebanking.tdbank.com login page. In the two respective text boxes, enter your Username and Password. If successful, you should then be able to see your accounts on your screen and you will be ready for online banking with TD Bank.