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Mike, Staten Island
October 19, 2015 02:20:57 PM
In reply to Mike, Staten Island
Thanks for coming by TD Helps, Mike. We'd be glad to help.
We'd like to inform you that a Routing number is the same as an ABA number, which is used for ACH/EFT deposits and payments. If you are looking to receive an EFT or ACH transfer, it is necessary to provide the following information to any individual or financial institution sending funds to you:
1. Your account number
2. Your routing number (first 9 digits on the bottom of your checks)
3. Your account title, exactly as it appears on your account
4. Your Account type
There are a couple of ways you may obtain your account number. Your account number can be found on your paper statements which is located at the right top corner of the page. If you have any checks with you, the account number would be the second set of numbers located at the bottom of the check. Please check out this link for more information http://bit.ly/1qH2i2K. Please be informed that for the security of your account information, we do not provide account numbers via e-mail or over the phone.
Another way to locate your account number is via Online Banking. If you are enrolled for our Online Banking, please click on the "Accounts" tab. If you are currently not utilizing TD Bank Online Banking but would like to be enrolled, please review the following information. Even though the account number is needed to use the self-service feature via http://bit.ly/1lU2qfY to enroll for Online Banking, we are happy to say, there are other ways you can enroll. You can contact us directly at 888-751-9000 to speak with one of our Specialists. After account verification, our Specialists would be happy to help you set up your Online Banking!
If you are unable to verify your account or if you prefer to sit with a Customer Service Representative, you may also visit us during lobby hours at a nearby TD Store. Please visit http://bit.ly/TDStores to find out TD Store locations near you. While you're at the Store, they will be able to provide you with your account number. Once you're enrolled for Online Banking, you will have complete access to your online account where you will be able to view your account number, balance and transactions, and other great features TD Bank offers with Online Banking.
Routing numbers are based upon the TD location where you originally opened your account. For a list of our current routing numbers please check out: http://bit.ly/1cmRPoF. If you are not certain which TD Store you opened your account at, we invite you to give us a call 24/7 at the same number mentioned above for your routing number or feel free to visit us during lobby hours for assistance.
If you are expecting to receive a wire transfer rather than an ACH transfer, please review the following information carefully, so you may provide the originator with the appropriate wire transfer instructions. It will also ensure that you will be able to receive the funds without any difficulties or hassles.
If the funds are being sent in foreign currency, please provide the following information to the sending bank:
Correspondent Bank SWIFT Code: TDOMCATTTOR; Correspondent Bank: The Toronto Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5K 1A2; Beneficiary Bank SWIFT Code: NRTHUS33XXX; Beneficiary Bank: TD Bank N.A., 6000 Atrium Way, Mt. Laurel, NJ, USA 08054
In Favor of: TD Customer's Account Number; TD Customer's Full Name; TD Customer's Address: (Please include City, State and Country)
However, if the funds are being sent in U.S. Dollars, please instead provide the following information:
Wire to: TD Bank, N.A. Wilmington, Delaware; ABA: 0311-0126-6; TD Customer's Account Number; TD Customer's Full Name; TD Customer's Address: (Please include City, State and Country)
In some cases, please be aware that the Financial Institution sending the wire to TD Bank may not be able to use an ABA number for a wire transfer. If they are requiring you to provide a BIC/SWIFT code in order to send a transfer (in U.S. currency), then they should use the following information instead:
Wire to (Beneficiary Bank): TD Bank, N.A.; Swift Code: NRTHUS33XXX; the Bank Address you may use can be: TD BANK N.A., 6000 Atrium Way, Mt. Laurel, NJ, USA 08054; TD Customer's Account Number; TD Customer's Full Name; TD Customer's Address: (Please include City, State and Country)
Additionally, we strongly recommend confirming with the Financial Institution sending the wire transfer to determine if they require you to provide an ABA#/Routing#, or a BIC/SWIFT Code to complete the transfer.
Please know that we will post all incoming wires on the banking day they are received. Also, we do not process incoming Pay Upon Proper Identification (PUPID) wires and we return them to the sender. For more info on any fees for receiving a wire transfer at TD Bank, please take a look here: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt.
We hope this helps answers your question, Mike. Have a great day!
Yen D, Mount Laurel
October 19, 2015 02:22:48 PM