How To Find and Use Your TCF Bank Login

Here's what you need to set up or find your TCF Bank login.

TCF Bank is a Midwest-based bank with about 500 branches in Illinois, Michigan and Minnesota, as well as locations in Arizona, Colorado, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. You can visit TCF’s local branches or do many banking tasks via online banking and the mobile app, including making deposits, scheduling bill payments and viewing transactions.

But first you’ll need to enroll for a TCF Bank login and password. Here’s what you need to know to access your TCF Bank login info to access the digital banking features.

How To Log In to Your TCF Bank Account From a Computer

Before you can log in to your TCF bank account, you’ll need to enroll in digital banking. Follow these steps:

  • Click on “Enroll Now
  • Enter the account number or debit/ATM card associated with the account
  • Enter your account or ATM card PIN (for loans, CDs or IRAs, enter your date of birth instead of the PIN)
  • Enter your Social Security or tax ID number
  • Create a login ID
  • Add a password
  • Answer a security question
  • Sign in with your new TCF Bank login
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How To Log In to Your TCF Bank Account From a Mobile Phone or Tablet

You’ll need to download the mobile banking app and follow the instructions to enroll. Once it’s installed, it’s time to enroll. Follow these steps:

  • Follow the prompts to enter your account number or debit card number
  • Enter your card’s PIN
  • Enter your Social Security number or tax ID number for verification
  • Choose a login and password
  • Answer a security question

Once the app is installed and you’re enrolled in digital banking, you’ll be able to access your accounts quickly.

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How To Retrieve a Forgotten Username or Password

Forgetting your username or password is no big deal. TCF has ways you can recover or reset your TCF Bank login information. Here’s what to do:

  • Go to the login page and click on “Forgot login ID or password?”
  • Enter your account number or debit card number
  • Receive the login ID
  • Enter your password to login
  • If you’ve also forgotten your password, you can choose to create a new password
  • You’ll be asked the security question you answered at enrollment
  • If you answer the security question correctly, you can create a new password
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How To View Your TCF Bank Statement Information

When you log in to your TCF account, select the “Accounts and Statements” tab. Click on the account you’d like to view statements for. You’ll be able to access up to three years of past bank statements.

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How To Contact TCF Bank If You Have Trouble With Your Account

If you’re having trouble logging in to your account, or you’ve been locked out and the steps provided above don’t help, you can reach out to TCF Bank’s customer service by calling 800-823-2265 or TTY 800-343-6145.

A customer service rep will walk you through the steps and help you regain access to your bank account. TCF Bank’s customer service hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CST and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Customer service is closed on Sundays.

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What Are the Benefits of Online Banking?

The biggest benefit of online banking is that it lets you handle many of your banking activities after hours. You don’t have to worry about whether your local bank branch is closed or wait until the next business day to view transactions. Online banking helps you stay on top of your transactions in real time so you can watch your spending or monitor your accounts to ensure your money is safe.

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This content is not provided by TCF Bank. Any opinions, analyses, reviews or recommendations expressed in this article are those of the author alone and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by TCF Bank.

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Cynthia Bowman

Cynthia Paez Bowman is a personal finance writer with degrees from American University in international business and journalism. Besides writing about personal finance, she writes about real estate, interior design and architecture. Her work has been featured in MSN, Brex, Freshome, MyMove, Emirates’ Open Skies magazine and more.

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