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I am a Canadian and American citizen (I have lived in the US for the past 20 years-I am 55yrs old). I want to open a Canadian bank account in order to start saving for a house purchase in Canada. I would like to send money on a monthly basis to my Canadian account. Is this possible? I will be in Canada in September, do I need to do this in person? I want to be able to take advantage of the US/Canadian $ exchange right now.
Darlene, Lake Placid
August 23, 2015 12:05:12 PM
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In reply to Darlene, Lake Placid
Hoping this Sunday finds you well!
We would love to welcome you to TD and help with your future plans to purchase a home. If you're already banking with us here in the States, thank you for your business! In case you don't, no worries - you can still establish a banking relationship with TD in Canada. We'd like to let you know that TD Bank U.S. and TD Canada Trust are affiliated; however, we are separate banking entities due to the border.
With that being said, our friends at TD Canada Trust would be more than happy to answer all of your international banking questions. We have found a link to a similar question on TD Canada Trust's TD Helps page that would help you, and you can read that here: http://bit.ly/SRwvRR. If you have other questions regarding an account there, please feel free to reply on that post, or you can get in touch with one of their agents using the contact info found here: http://bit.ly/1woOVay.
Again, we appreciate you considering us, Darlene.
Best of luck with your plans and we hope this helps you get started with your savings!
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
August 23, 2015 12:06:53 PM
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