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While TD Bank uses industry best practices to safeguard your financial information and assets using the latest tools, encryption and software, your actions can actually enhance our effectiveness. Together, we can make it very difficult for thieves to be successful.

  • Frequently and carefully review all transactions shown in your online account information and statements
  • Immediately report any suspicious transactions or behavior to TD Bank
  • Review the security features provided for your online account by TD Bank, and use the optional features to increase security
  • Consult your technology staff to assist in implementing industry-recognized security best practices
  • Consider performing all online banking activities from a stand-alone computer system which is dedicated solely to online banking and not used for e-mail and other web activity and disable that computer's capability to browse sites other than TD Bank BusinessDirect
  • Watch for unusual changes in web site appearance or PC behavior when logging in to your online banking account
  • Be suspicious of e-mails which claim to be from a financial institution, government department or other official agency requesting sensitive access information – TD Bank and other legitimate organizations would never ask for this information via e-mail
  • Be cautious when opening file attachments or clicking web links found in e-mails
  • Review your TD Bank Account Agreement and understand your obligations regarding fraudulent or unauthorized transactions under that Agreement


The most common ways to be infected with malware
  • Directly downloaded by users who think it is a safe program or file
  • "Drive-by download" – Spyware is installed when a user visits a website
  • Downloaded from an opened and unsolicited e-mail

 

 
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