Nov 3, 2011
CHERRY HILL, N.J. and PORTLAND, Maine, Nov. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- "TD Bank understands there is concern and potential confusion about a fee change that will be introduced in December. In setting our pricing, we are always mindful of the impact on our Customers. They shared with us what matters most to them when choosing a bank and given their feedback and the current environment, we took careful consideration when deciding to change certain fees; we looked to those that were peripheral to our Customers and impacted a limited number of Customers. We understand fees are a sensitive issue and we encourage any of our Customers with concerns or questions to talk to us about the account they are in, and the options TD has available," said Nandita Bakhshi, Executive Vice President, Head of Products, TD Bank.
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