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I need to transfer US $ from Poland to my customer in USA in Wallington NJ. He gave me his account number, your swift code and your bank address: 71 Union Ave. EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ 07073 USA. The SWIFT given to me is NRTHUS33XXX. However, my bank (Citi Bank) says the SWIFT is incorrect and doesn't let me to process the payment. What's the problem? Should I give your bank address in Canada instead your local bank in NJ? Can it be the problem?
October 3, 2014 06:54:54 PM
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In reply to Tomasz, Zawiercie
Thanks for connecting with us here on TD Helps, Tomasz.
To send a wire transfer in US Dollars to your Customer's TD Bank Account, please provide your Financial Institution located in Poland the following information: Wire to: TD Bank, N.A. Wilmington, Delaware. ABA: 0311-0126-6. Our Customer's complete name as it appears on their account, along with our Customer's account number.
A Swift code; however, is only needed if you are planning on sending a wire transfer in Foreign Currency. In case you did not have that information, we'd like to share it with you. To send a wire transfer in Foreign Currency to a TD Bank Account, please provide the following information to your Financial Institution:
Wire To: The Toronto-Dominion Bank
Swift code: TDOMCATTTOR
The Toronto-Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5K 1A2
For Further Credit to (Beneficiary Bank): TD Bank, N.A.
Swift code: NRTHUS33XXX
TD BANK, N. A. 6000 Atrium Way Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 USA (If your customer provided their home branch's address, you can input that instead)
In Favor of:
Our Customer's Account Number
Our Customer's Full Name
Our Customer's address: (Please include City, State and Country)
Please note, we do not process incoming Pay Upon Proper Identification (PUPID) wires and we return them to the sender.
We hope the information provided help, Tomasz. Let us know if you have any further questions.
Justin B, Mount Laurel
October 3, 2014 06:56:50 PM
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