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March 26, 2015 02:17:17 PM
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In reply to Gaspard, Edmonton
That's a great question, Gaspard and we'll be glad to assist!
For the protection of your TD Bank account, your TD Debit Card does have daily limits placed on it. For more information on your daily limit amounts, please take a look at our Personal Deposit Account Agreement: http://bit.ly/1kb17UQ (Pages 43 & 44).
If you think you may require a higher limit for a purchase or withdrawal than the limits that are in place, we can provide a few options to request an increase.
You can send us a written request via fax or secured message. You can send the fax to our Fulfillment Team at 856-533-1138, or please log in to your TD Bank online account at http://bit.ly/1eaISlq and use the Send a Message link after clicking the Customer Service tab. With either method, please include the following information:
• Subject: Limit Increase • Account Number • Debit/ATM Card Number • Your Name • Contact Telephone Number • Amount of increase or decrease • Indicate - Visa, POS, ATM • Your Signature (for the fax option only)
You may also stop by your local TD Bank Store during lobby hours for assistance. For hours and locations near you, click here: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Please note, limit increases are temporary and the transaction must be completed the same day that the limit increase is granted. If you are interested in a permanent limit increase or decrease, you must visit your local TD Store location to make the request.
We also notice that you're writing in from Edmonton, if you're a TD Canada Trust Customer please view: http://bit.ly/1EYkblF for additional details from our friends in Canada. If you have any further questions for TD Canada Trust, feel free to submit a new question using that link provided.
We hope this is helpful, and enjoy your afternoon.
Colleen B, Mount Laurel
March 26, 2015 02:18:12 PM