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I have an local checking account with TD. I would like to transfer some of US fund to my NRE account in INDIA fo family maintenance. Is there any maximum amount that I can transfer-is there a fee for this transaction-what other details that I need to transfer? Like bank routing #,address,acct #, any code?
Also, how long will it take to credit my account in India?
How do you convert the amount?
Please give me as much as details that I need to go to my branch with my documents. To save the trip and any hassles.
Camille, New York
May 26, 2016 04:44:09 PM
In reply to Camille, New York
Thanks for your message on TD Helps today, Camille! We'll be glad to review information about wiring funds.
To send funds to India from your account here in the U.S., it would be necessary to send the funds via international wire transfer. To do so, you can stop in at any TD Bank Store and for TD Stores near you, please visit http://go.td.com/1f9DSJR.
When you visit, you'll need the following information about the financial institution to which you are sending the funds:
-The full name, address, including city, state/province, country and account number of the person/business (for Euro Zone countries - IBAN - International Banking Account Number) you are sending money to
-The full name and address, including city, state/province and country, as well as a valid SWIFT/BIC of the financial institution receiving the funds
-The amount and currency of the transfer
As fees may apply, please see our current Fee Schedule here: http://go.td.com/1cTejgt. We would also recommend checking with the other financial institution to obtain information regarding any fees for their services. You can also review additional information on sending international wires at http://go.td.com/1oowsYN.
We hope this provides some help, Camille. Please let us know if you have other questions.
Shanika A, Mount Laurel
May 26, 2016 04:45:26 PM