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I have been unable to find any listed solution. Note that Bank of America does recognize TD Bank's state-specific ABA routing numbers but, if I use one of these numbers instead (the one appropriate for the recipient account), will the funds still arrive at their destination?
July 19, 2015 03:16:53 PM
In reply to Dan, Charleston
We appreciate you writing in to us today. Welcome to the community!
We do apologize for any confusion you've encountered in sending your funds this way. There are two types of transactions you might be conducting that would require a routing number. Both wire transfers as well as ACH transactions require these; however, they use separate routing numbers to complete the transfer.
If you're sending funds to your TD Bank account via ACH, which is the same as a direct deposit or directly transfer, this will require the routing number that is associated with your account, as well as your account number. Routing numbers are assigned based on the State of account opening, and you can check out our list by State here: http://bit.ly/1cmRPoF to be sure you have the correct one. If you are searching for the routing number for a checking account you have with us, you can also find that number on the bottom left side of your check. Look here: http://bit.ly/1qH2i2K for an example. Or, you can call us and we'll provide it to you based on your account – reach us anytime at 888-751-9000.
On the other hand, if you're truly sending a wire transfer to your account here at TD Bank from Bank of America (rather than an ACH), we only use one routing number for this. As you referenced, please use these instructions:
Wire to: TD Bank, N.A.
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Credit To/Beneficiary: Your full name exactly as we have it listed on your TD Bank account
Beneficiary Address: The address we have listed on your account
Account#: Your full TD Bank account number
Kindly note that we do not recommend using your account's routing number for a wire transfer, as we cannot guarantee that the funds will arrive as you expect.
Dan, we hope this has cleared it up for you. If not, you can reply to us here using the 'Reply' button in the top right corner of this message, or you can give us a call 24/7 at the number listed above. We're also available in-Store for you and see here: http://bit.ly/TDStores for our current listing.
Thanks again for getting in touch and enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
July 19, 2015 03:18:00 PM