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Rose Ann, Yorktown Heights
April 10, 2014 01:59:29 PM
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In reply to Rose Ann, Yorktown Heights
Thanks for your question, Rose Ann.
We want you to know that we have the defenses in place to protect our customers. Rest assured that our banking sites/customer data are protected and your personal info is not at risk from the Heartbleed bug.
If you have any additional questions and/or concerns please don’t hesitate to ask.
Have a great day.
Karen G, Mount Laurel
April 10, 2014 02:01:40 PM
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In reply to Karen, Mount Laurel
So there is no need to change passwords for TD Bank accounts
April 14, 2014 02:52:16 PM
Do you recommend that TDBank online customers change their password now?
Jim, South Berwick, Maine
April 14, 2014 02:52:49 PM
In reply to Jim, South Berwick, Maine
Great questions, Jim and Nick. Welcome to the TD Helps Community.
It is recommended that you update your passwords on a regular basis. Though TD has taken the necessary precautions to ensure the security of your personal information, it wouldn’t hurt to take the extra precaution and update your password.
To do so, log in to Online Banking and select the Customer Service tab. Under Self Service, select Change Password. Online Banking will require you to verify your current User Name and Password as well as your new information. After this, select Submit and Online Banking will save your new Password.
If you’d like to take a more proactive role in protecting your identity, visit http://bit.ly/1iBVzl6 for helpful tips and tools.
Thanks for joining us today on TD Helps. Let us know if you have any further questions.
Steph C, Mount Laurel
April 14, 2014 02:56:26 PM
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