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The reason I opened a TD Crossborder account is that I am not able to access my US funds from my Canadian TD visa debit if I am on vacation in Europe. I am told that I would have to convert the US funds to CAD and then transfer these funds to my Canadian $ account. This does not make sense to me as I will be losing three times on conversion. Once converting Canadian to US. Then converting US back to Canadian and the third time when I use my debit visa to withdraw funds in Europe for example and being charged conversion to Euro. By opening the US account I can tranfer my US funds directly from my Canadian account to the US account and then use my US debit visa overseas. In this way I only lose two conversion rates.
Maria, Etobicoke On
August 23, 2015 03:48:40 PM
In reply to Maria, Etobicoke On
Nice of you to stop by TD Helps today, Maria! We'll be sure to guide you in the right direction.
It sounds like you have an US Dollar Borderless account with TD Canada Trust and if that's the case, you'll be pleased to know that you can receive a debit card for that account. For more information, please contact our 24/7 Cross Border Banking Specialists at 877-700-2913.
We hope this answers your question, Maria and enjoy the rest of your day!
Katherine G, Mount Laurel
August 23, 2015 03:49:59 PM