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i am receiving a monetary transaction form a dutch company into my TD Bank account. They have asked for Swift/ BIC code. i don't know the currency, please advise
richard, Margate, NJ
February 19, 2015 12:25:13 PM
In reply to richard, Margate, NJ
Hey, Richard! Great having you and thanks for sending your question our way. We'll be happy to help you receive funds from abroad.
Since you mentioned that you're unsure of the type of currency they'll be sending to you, we'll provide both options for you just in case!
If your wire will be sent in US currency, you should provide your depositor or the sending bank with the following:
-Wire to: TD Bank, N.A Wilmington, Delaware
-Credit to: Your Account Title, Your Address, Your Account Number
On the other hand, if your wire will be sent in Foreign Currency (any type other than U.S. Dollars), please provide the following set of instructions instead:
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
In Favor of: Your Account Number - Your Full Name - Your address including City, State and Country
You should expect to receive the funds within three to five business days. We will post all incoming wires on the banking day they are received. International wire transfers sent by US Dollars can be received until 6:30 pm EST, or if the incoming wire is Foreign Currency it can be received until 3:30 pm EST.
Please note that fees may apply; you can find the details in our Fee Schedule at the following link: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt. Also, at this time we may not process incoming Pay upon Proper Identification (PUPID) wires and will return them to the sender.
We hope this clarifies your question, Richard! All the best and enjoy the rest of your week.
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
February 19, 2015 12:27:45 PM