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I see various references to the following two routing numbers for receiving wires: 031101266 and 054001725. What is the guidance for when to use each one?
June 4, 2015 03:29:14 PM
In reply to Michael, Seattle
Thanks for coming by TD Helps, Michael! We'll be glad to clarify this for you.
The first routing number references the routing number used to receive wire transfers into a TD Bank account. The second routing number references the routing number for accounts opened in Maryland, Washington D.C or Virginia. State routing numbers are used to receive direct deposits or deduct automatic payments from your account.
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Katherine G, Mount Laurel
June 4, 2015 03:32:31 PM