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Anne Marie, East Meadow
June 9, 2015 01:35:56 PM
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In reply to Anne Marie, East Meadow
Great question, Anne and thanks for stopping by TD Helps for your answer. We are happy to assist you!
If you are looking to receive an electronic funds transfer, also known as EFT or ACH transfer, it is necessary to provide the following information to any individual or financial institution sending funds to you:
• Your account number • Your routing number (first 9 digits on the bottom of your checks) • Your account title, exactly as it appears on your account • Your Account type
Finding your routing number is easy as it just depends on the state you opened your account in. Check out our list of routing numbers here http://bit.ly/1cmRPoF. Find the routing number that corresponds to the state your account was opened in and you're set! The TD Bank routing number is the same for all customers in your state!
Also, if you happen to not remember where you initially opened your account, please visit us at the nearest TD Store. A Customer Service Specialist at any location can provide your routing number for you. For locations near you please visit http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Please note the instructions for an ACH transfer and wire transfer would be different. For an Incoming Domestic Wire Transfer, it is necessary to provide the following information to a financial institution wiring funds into your TD account:
Wire to: TD Bank, N.A.
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Credit To/Beneficiary: Our Customer's Full Name (exactly as we have it listed on their account)
Beneficiary Address: The address we have listed on our Customer's account
Account#: Our Customer's full account number
Please note that TD Bank posts incoming wires from the Federal Reserve on the banking day that they are received. At this time, we may not process incoming Pay Upon Proper Identification (PUPID) wires and will return them to sender.
Feel free to give us a ring at 888-751-9000 if you have any other questions, or stop in at any TD Bank Store found in the locator above.
Hope this helps, Anne! Thanks again for the question and have a great one.
Brian M., Mount Laurel
June 9, 2015 01:36:43 PM