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Joann, Ocean Gate
October 8, 2015 08:46:29 AM
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In reply to Joann, Ocean Gate
Hi Joann, thanks for submitting your inquiry today. It'll be our pleasure to direct you on how to delete a biller.
To do so, you must first log in to Online Banking by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1eaISlq. Once logged in, you would then select the "Bill Pay" tab. Next, select the tab entitled "Manage your bills." You will then be given an option to select a biller from the drop-down menu listed on that page. After selecting the desired biller, you would then select the option to delete them from your created bills. Finally, you would confirm this selection and your biller will be successfully deleted.
If you need to delete a biller from your BusinessDirect log in, you would follow similar steps. First, you would have to log in here: http://bit.ly/1rvBmq8. Once you are logged in, you would then select the "Bill Pay" tab. Beneath the tabs, there are options listed one of them being "Manage Payees." When you select this option, all of the set up payees that you have will be listed on the page. All you would then have to do is select "Delete" next to the desired entries. After you confirm their deletion, they will no longer show up on your list.
If you run into any trouble deleting your billers or would like someone to walk you through the process, you may contact us 24/7 at 800-493-7562. Our Tech Support Specialists would be happy to help you with all your Online Banking needs. As always, you may visit a TD Store during lobby hours for assistance. For Store locations and hours please visit http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Have a wonderful day, Joann and don't hesitate to reply back if you have any additional questions.
Colleen B, Mount Laurel
October 8, 2015 08:46:58 AM
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