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I have credit card bill that I need to pay with debit card from different bank. How would I go about doing that
November 8, 2017 01:30:39 PM
In reply to Vinit, Columbus
Good afternoon, Vinit.
This is a great question, and we'll be more than happy to help.
At this time, unfortunately, TD Bank is unable to accept debit cards from any financial institution as a form of payment towards a Credit Card. However, don't worry! In most instances, debit cards are linked directly to a Checking or Savings account, and if this is the case with your financial institution, you can make your payment with your account and routing number.
You may first make a payment towards your credit card by logging into TD Credit Card Services, which you can do from here: http://bit.ly/28LTtn1. If you haven't yet enrolled, you can click here: http://bit.ly/28IBsq6 to get started. Once you're able to fully log in, towards the right hand side of your page, you should see a 'Make Payment' link. After clicking here, you will be brought to a screen where you can select your payment amount and date. If you have never used this method to make a payment before, you may click on the 'Add New Payment Account' hyperlink towards the center of your screen.
After clicking here, simply enter in your payment account nickname, your routing number, your account number, your name as it appears on your check, and the account type. After completed, click 'Add Account'. You will then be taken back to the main page where you can then select this account, the amount, and the date, and after selecting 'Make Payment', you'll be all set.
If you'd like to make your payment with one of our Credit Card Specialist, you may dial 866-686-4708, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Similarly, a Specialist will also need to collect the account and routing number you have with your other financial institution.
We sincerely hope this helps, Vinit, and please let us know if you have any additional questions.
Brittany M, Mount Laurel
November 8, 2017 01:31:02 PM