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we are a US small business located in Minnesota. We want to maintain a canadian dollar account to accept canadian customer payments, pay canadian vendors and canadian gst/hst. what is the easiest way to accomplish that? From what I have read so far, it would require a persona visit to a TD bank in Canada. Is there a better solution?
November 25, 2015 09:44:34 AM
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In reply to dave, minneapolis
Thanks for connecting with us here at TD Helps, Dave. We appreciate your visit and would be glad to help.
While we do offer a variety of Checking and Savings account here at TD Bank, at this time we do not offer a Canadian Dollar account. To deposit Canadian Dollars to your account, the funds must be exchanged to US currency prior to the deposit. At any local TD Bank, we can exchange foreign currency to US Dollars for you. Prior to your visit, we recommend calling the location you choose. You can also receive the latest exchange rates by calling us 24/7 at 888-751-9000 or emailing them by visiting here: http://bit.ly/1pvwJIu. Please note that there may be fees associated with foreign currency conversions and for more information visit http://bit.ly/1cTejgt.
If you would like to open an account with TD Canada Trust, at this time, we ask that you visit a TD Canada Trust Branch during your next visit. We invite you to take a look here http://bit.ly/1Sk7Eik for details provided by our friends. If you do not find the response helpful, feel free to ask your own question via their TD Helps page by following the previous link. They'd be happy to answer any questions you may have. If you would like to speak to a TD Canada Trust Representative directly, feel free to visit their "Contact Us" page found here: http://bit.ly/1woOVay.
We hope this helps, Dave. Let us know if you have any other questions.
Yen D, Mount Laurel
November 25, 2015 09:46:12 AM