Please contact investor services toll-free at 800.241.5568, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. But unlike municipal and corporate bonds, which are publicly traded, bonds are not traded on the public market; therefore, you will need to contact the broker dealer who sold your bond
No. Bonds are issued as a “loan” you have made to the church or the nonprofit organization (the obligor). Just as your bank cannot request you to pay off your home mortgage prior to the term of your loan, we cannot ask the obligor to pay off its loan early. There are instances when the obligor
To notify TMI of a lost bond, send written notification along with a check for $25.00 made payable to TMI Trust Company. In the case of a stolen security, we suggest that you email email@example.com or call our investor services department at 800.241.5568.
TMI is not a brokerage firm and, therefore, is not able to sell or advise you on available bond investments. Your best bet would be to contact the broker dealer who sold you your last
TMI can replace checks if they have been missing for at least 10 business days (two weeks) from the date of issuance. You can e-mail your request to investor services at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our investor services department at
Mail the bond to: TMI, Attn: Redemption Department, 1100 Abernathy Road, Suite 480, Atlanta, GA 30328. Execution of the assignment section on the reverse side of the bond is not required. It is suggested that you mail the bond by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested.