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Per MeganK reponse (TD representative).. she provided an ABA # of 0311-0126-6 to be used for an incoming wire from international to a USA TDBANK account.
My question is: I am a TDBANK customer in Philadelphia PA.. My checks have printed on them, an ABA # of 031901482. Which one do I use? the ABA printed on my checks or the ABA of 0311-0126-6 as given my TD help - Megan K.
Also what is the SWIFT code I should fill out on my wire form for TDBANK - located in Philadelphia PA? I am aware from other posting, it is not necessary, but please provide to me if possible.. the sender would like, if I do have it.
Again: Question 1: which of the 2 ABA number do I use for incoming INTERNATIONAL - BELIZE wire transfer
Question 2: what is the SWIFT code for TDBANK North AMerica (philadelphia pa)
January 29, 2015 09:55:43 AM
In reply to Brian, Phiadelphia
Great question, Brian, and thanks for stopping by TD Helps for your answer.
When someone is sending a wire from Belize or any other country in the world in U.S. dollars, please use ABA routing number 0311-0126-6, this applies to all TD Bank Customers, regardless of the states where the accounts are opened and the countries where the wires are coming from.
To address your second question, SWIFT code is only needed if the sender is wiring funds in foreign currency to TD Bank. In that case, funds are routed to our correspondent bank, TD Canada Trust, for conversion to US Dollars using the first SWIFT code (TDOMCATTTOR). The funds are then sent to TD Bank U.S., using the second SWIFT code (NRTHUS33XXX).
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LiShu R, Mount Laurel
January 29, 2015 09:57:03 AM