I received a letter today, July 11, 2020, which was dated June 17, 2020 stating a George Frink has died without an heir. Mr. Daniel Tibor of TD Canada Trust, according to his letterhead, which was photocopied with no information except the name of the bank, said he has tried to find relatives for 10 years to no avail, so he was writing to ask me to apply for the 9.2 million dollars supposedly sitting in this bank. There was no address or phone number listed on the letter.
I was to respond to his personal email: [protected]@efaxemail.com. Since I see other people have received the same offer for the same amount of money, I assume this is a scam.
I received a letter in the mail stating that their is unclaimed trust that someone in TD Canada Trust is looking for a person who may be related to a person who passed away. I do have ancestry in Poland, so it may be possible.
I have the letter that I received in the postal mail looking for someone with my last name. My parents always mentioned that there was a farm in Poland that could be mine after my father passed away.
DANIEL TIBOR a fake male species with a low moral compass whose goal in life is to waste oxygen, while emitting degrading desires of snake driven schemes. May this lowlife immortal, a congregation of icky molecules find itself boxed in the containment in which it intended for the innocent victims, whom may have fallen upon the intended deceit.
Beware: Scam Email: [protected]@efaxemail.com
Dear Sir or Madame,
I have discriminated in two different TD Bank branches this month (April 2020). I have been working as a School Teacher at Public School 149 Queens for more than 30 years for The Department of Education (New York City). Therefore, my salary is high. These Tellers refused to cash my checks twice just because of the color of my skin. I was humiliated when they claimed that my paycheck' quality was not real (?).
I showed them my I.D. Driver's License, I.D. Department of Education, my School I.D. with a photograph, and my Bank Account Number. I informed these these Tellers I needed my money to buy food for my Family and pay my Bills.
Discrimination is illegal! I am thinking about calling the news and suing td bank for discriminating me based of the color of my skin. The banks video cameras and my husband are my witnesses. I am really upset about this humiliating situation. These should not happen to any colored person. I have studied a lot to deserve a descent salary like mine! Enough is enough!
Maria Cristina Medina
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Received a letter in the mail from a Delon Jean that claims to work for TD Canada Trust Bank. I am fully aware that this letter is fraudulent and apologize to enter a complaint under TD Bank. However, I am submitting this complaint on this forum to inform others not to reply or fall for this scam. The envelop has a Canada postage, #7297850, with the letter having multiple signs that should raise immediate questions. As other post and complaints on this site, this letter was allegedly sent from Delon Jean who claims to be an Accounts Manager with TD Canada Trust Bank. Stated in the letter I could inherit over $40, 000. My lucky day...NOT!! I'm no expert on fraudulent letters but a few comments let me know 100% that it is:
1.) No Letterhead from the Bank but indicates Private and Confidential in Bold Font (why would this be private?)
2.) Correct address on top of letter for TD Canada Trust Bank in Ontario, Canada but again no letterhead
3.) Personal Email on top of letter is [protected]@yandex.com (why a personal email address if he works for the bank?)
4.) Stated in Letter: "Please take note that this transaction requires all confidentiality at this stage and I believe you are ready to keep this absolutely discreet until after the transfer of the funds" (Really!!!)
5.) Stated in Letter: "After the transfer of the funds to you, we shall share the funds in the ratio 40% for me, 60% for you" (So works for TD Trust Bank but will keep 40% of the transaction for himself...Bad bad employee!!)
6.) Stated in Letter: "Reply via my private email address: [protected]@protonmail.com" (Again, why no company email address? Oh wait, it's not even the same personal email address as the one listed above in item #3)
7.) No contact number anywhere in letter but stated in closing paragraph: "If your response is positive stating you are interested to work with me, I will provide you with my private number" (just so wrong)
For me, I could go on and on with more things on the letter that raises questions. No reference number, not even knowing the alleged relative, no name of alleged relative anywhere on search engines, etc, etc. etc!!
I specifically worry about the ones that may be desperate and reply to scams like this hoping that it is true. I worry about our elders and just the lives that can and do get destroyed from scams like this. No doubt if you do respond and give any financial information to get that 60% deposited in your account, you will find matters much worse.
Since this letter was delivered by US Postal Service, I will also be submitting forms per the information below:
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service has a fraud complaint webpage on its website. You may fill out and submit the Mail Fraud Complaint Form online. You may also call the U.S. Postal Inspection Service hotline at [protected] to file a complaint about suspected mail fraud. See related information on Mail Theft, Credit Card Fraud, and Identity Theft.
Since there are multiple alleged personal emails in this letter, I will also file complaints with the Federal Trade Commission at [protected]@uce.gov.
In addition, I will be sending the letter directly TD Canada Trust and will call their Fraudulent Hotline Customer Service Number at [protected] to report.
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I actually ended up getting a mortgage with another bank (they were super helpful and understood I needed some guidance) and 3 years later, we're doing great in our home!
I recently had a friend go through a similar experience with TD Bank and I just had to get my complaint out to the world.
I would never ever recommend TD Bank for anything. Thanks, Bunny!
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It will be very inconvenient for anyone in town especially small businesses.
I guess this is what happens when a bank gets too large. They loose sight of their loyal customers daily banking needs.
As a small business owner I use this branch almost daily. This closing is much more than just an inconvenience. I will have to restructure my banking needs. TD bank may very well not be a part of these changes.
Steve Young / New Boston Hardware [protected]