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July 2, 2014 01:59:12 PM
In reply to David, London
Thanks for reaching out to us here on TD Helps, David and we'd be happy to assist with your inquiry.
Wire transfers allow deposits to occur between banking institutions. It just depends on where you're located and where you are sending the funds. If you are located in Canada or the UK and are trying to issue a deposit to a TD US account, the steps are as follows. For US dollar transfers being sent to TD Bank US, you would want to include the following information: Wire to: TD Bank, N.A. Wilmington, Delaware ABA: 0311-0126-6 Credit to: The Account Title, Address and Account Number.
For foreign currency transfers being sent to TD Bank US you will also need to include this additional information:
Correspondent Bank SWIFT Code: TDOMCATTTOR Correspondent Bank: The Toronto Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5k 1A2 Beneficiary Bank SWIFT Code: NRTHUS33XXX Beneficiary Bank: TD Bank, N.A. Address: 6000 Atrium Way Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 USA.
They should expect to receive the payment within three to five business days. We post all incoming wires received from the Federal Reserve until 6:30pm on the current banking day. A confirmation will be sent to them the day the wire transfer is credited to their account. At this time, we may not process or disburse funds from wire transfers received designated Pay Upon Proper Identification (PUPID) and will return them to the sender. Check out http://bit.ly/1cTejgt to see any fees that may be associated with receiving a US wire transfer.
If you are trying to send funds to TD Bank in Canada and are located abroad or are a Canadian resident yourself, our friends across the border had a great discussion outlining the steps you'd need to take. Take a look here: http://bit.ly/1z7rxAY for more details.
We hope this information is helpful and enjoy the rest of your day!
Yen D, Mount Laurel
July 2, 2014 02:01:49 PM