Now, TD Bank says, you can keep the change.
The bank is getting rid of its coin-counting machines, after being sued in New York by a man who claimed he was short-changed. The man, Jeffrey Feinman, filed suit in April, when local news reports highlighted incorrect TD Bank machines, leading to the firm's decision to take some out of commission.
"Recent accounts regarding the performance of our penny machines have led us to reassess this offering," Michael Rhodes, head of TD Bank's consumer bank, said in a statement. "We have determined that it is difficult to ensure a consistently great experience for our customers... we have decided to retire the [coin-counting] fleet and provide alternative coin-counting solutions to our customers."