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Hello! I live in Romania and I have to make a payment (in USD) to a person that has an account opened at TD Canada Trust. I received from the person information regarding their account with you, as follows:
Several sequnces of digits which I think must make up the account number. I searched the web, but I am still not 100% certian that I have the correct order for these sequences of numbers. I have:
- 3 digit sequence that stands for "Bank identification";
- 5 digit sequence that stands for "Branch number";
- 7 digit sequence that stands for "Account number".
My question is: In which order should I put these sequences of digits when making the payment? Do they consist of the right number of digits? (as in: does the account have 15 digits?)
Also, when making the payment using Internet banking, here in Romania, I have no field for some of the information the person supplied. Ex: ABA Code, rounting number. Is it ok if I do not supply these details for the payment?
The information I can fill in when making the payment, here in Romania is:
- account number (I hope you can help me decifer the correct format);
- Swift Code (which automatically fills in the bank name and address)
- name and address of the beneficiery.
Is this enough? Does the payment have a good chance to go through?
May 13, 2016 10:41:02 AM
In reply to Laura, Bucharest
We're sorry to hear that you're having trouble with wire instructions, Laura. We'd be glad to point you in the right direction.
As you've mentioned that you're attempting to send funds to TD Canada Trust, we recommend reaching out to them for clarification. You are able to reach the Canadian TD Helps Team by visiting here: http://go.td.com/1QBOF4U. Once you submit a question to them, we're sure they'll provide their best reply!
If you prefer to speak with a Representative directly, we recommend taking a look at TD Canada Trust's contact options here: http://go.td.com/1woOVay.
Thanks for your question today, Laura and have a good day.
Megan K, Mount Laurel
May 13, 2016 10:41:17 AM