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Card Holder Electronic Banking Services and Terms and Conditions

TD Canada Trust Cardholder and Electronic Financial Services Terms and Conditions

The Cardholder and Electronic Financial Services Terms and Conditions, as amended from time to time (this "Agreement") applies when you use your Card or access and use any Electronic Financial Service (as defined below). If you have a deposit account with TD Bank Group, this Agreement is in addition to your Financial Services Agreement and Financial Services Terms, and is part of your deposit account agreement. This Agreement is also in addition to, and does not replace, any other agreement you may have with us for any other product or service.

1. Definitions:
In this Agreement the following terms have the following meanings:

"Card" means the TD Access Card, TD Canada Trust Credit Card or any other card that is issued to you, your attorney or signed by you or your attorney. "Card" includes the Card number or a combination of numbers and/or letters that we may allow you to select as your username in place of a Card number to access and use an Electronic Financial Service, unless otherwise specified but does not include Credentials.

"Card Not Present Transaction" means an Internet, mail order or telephone order transaction using the Card without the PIN.

"Credentials" means the combination of numbers and/or letters or other identifying criteria that you will be required to create as your username to access and use an Electronic Financial Service if you have not been issued a TD Access Card.

"CVV2" means the three-digit security code on the back of the Card, where applicable.

"Electronic Financial Services" are services that allow you to access and conduct transactions on your account by using your Card, PIN, and/or your Credentials in any of the following ways:

  • Transactions conducted at ATMs: Using your Card at a Green Machine® ATM, or at an Interac, Visa or PLUS®1 Network ATM;
  • Conducting debit transactions at merchants using a point-of-sale (POS) terminal: Using your Card to complete a debit transaction at a POS terminal such as Interac, Visa, Interlink® and NYCE® Network terminals (which includes using the Card for an Interac flash payment);
  • Telephone Banking: Conducting transactions using EasyLine telephone banking service, which includes instructions given verbally or through the use of an interactive voice (IVR) system;
  • Our Online Banking Service and Online Brokerage Service: Conducting transactions through our EasyWeb Internet banking service or our WebBroker online brokerage service;
  • Using the Card without the PIN (Card Not Present Transaction): Through an Internet, mail order or telephone transaction using the Card without the PIN;
  • Mobile Banking: By using our mobile banking services;
  • All other electronic financial services: Using any of our other electronic financial services which we may offer to you to use with your Card, PIN and/or your Credentials.

"PIN" means your Personal Identification Number, EasyLine PhoneCode®, EasyWeb password or any other number or word used with your Card or Credentials including answers to security questions.

"Passcode Lock" means the passcode lock or password that you create to access any computer, mobile device or tablet that you use to access an Electronic Financial Service.

"We" or "us" means The Toronto-Dominion Bank and its affiliates.

2. Use of your Card, PIN & Credentials:

You may not use the Card before the valid from date or after the expiry date shown on it. You may be required to activate your Card before it can be used. We may issue a renewal Card when your current Card expires or replace it with a different card type if your Card is discontinued for any reason.

The Card, PIN and your Credentials are used to identify you and to access an Electronic Financial Service. You authorize us to accept and you agree to be responsible for, any verbal or electronic instructions given by you through an Electronic Financial Service to the same extent as if you had given signed, written instructions to us.

You may use your Card without the PIN for Interac Flash and Card Not Present Transactions at participating merchants. For those transactions, you will have the same rights and responsibilities as if you had used your Card and PIN.

Transactions are posted to and funds debited from your account on the date the transaction is authorized by us. If there is a difference between the original authorized amount and the final settled amount of the transaction, your account may be credited with the original authorized amount and subsequently debited for the final settled amount of the transaction.

You may be required to register for and use the Verified by Visa program in order to access or use the Card for Card Not Present Transactions with participating merchants. Access to or use of the Verified by Visa program is governed by the Verified by Visa Cardholder Terms and Conditions.

3. Use of Electronic Financial Services:

Use of your Card or any Electronic Financial Service will show that you have received, understood and agreed to this Agreement. You will use Electronic Financial Services in accordance with the terms in this Agreement or as we may otherwise communicate to you from time to time. You will not use Electronic Financial Services for illegal, fraudulent or defamatory purposes or take any steps which could undermine the security or integrity of any Electronic Financial Service, or cause harm to or threaten to harm any other user of Electronic Financial Services.

4. Selection of your PIN or creation of your Credentials:

(a) Customer Selected PIN: You may select a PIN for use at ATMs or POS terminals at any TD Canada Trust branch when your Card is issued, or at any other time. PIN length is determined by current market standard. When travelling outside Canada, you may wish to select a 4-digit PIN, as some foreign ATMs do not accept anything other than 4 digits.

You will be issued a temporary PIN for some Electronic Financial Services when the service is set up for you. You will be prompted to change this PIN when you first use the service.

(b) PIN Mailer: A system-generated PIN for ATM or POS terminal use may be provided by us to you. This PIN is generated in a secure environment and printed on a tamper-proof form so that when you open it, you will be the only person to have knowledge of this PIN. If we send you a PIN, you will destroy the document on which it is printed.

(c) Credentials: If you have not been issued a TD Access Card, you will be required to create Credentials and a PIN using our EasyWeb Internet Banking service in order to access and use certain Electronic Financial Services.

5. Security and Confidentiality:
You are responsible for the care and control of your Card, PIN, Credentials, Passcode Locks and any computer, mobile device or tablet that you use to access an Electronic Financial Service.

You must keep your Card, PIN, Credentials and Passcode Locks confidential and take every reasonable precaution to maintain them safely. This includes:

  • Keeping possession of your Card;
  • Keeping your PIN and Passcode Locks separate from your Card and Credentials. If you must write down your PIN or Passcode Locks, you will not record it on, or in proximity to, your Card or Credentials;
  • Avoiding PIN or Passcode Lock combinations or the creation of Credentials that may be easily determined by others such as your name, birthday, phone number, address, Social Insurance Number, etc.;
  • Not disclosing your PIN, Passcode Locks or Credentials voluntarily to anyone else at any time, including to a family member, friend, financial institution employee or law enforcement agency;
  • Taking all reasonable precautions to ensure that no one finds out your PIN, Passcode Locks or Credentials while keying it in or logging into an Electronic Financial Service.

6. Lost or Stolen Card, PIN or Credentials:
You will notify us immediately if:

  • Your Card is lost or stolen, or you suspect it is lost or stolen, or someone has used it other than yourself.
  • Your PIN, Card number or Credentials have become or you suspect have become known to someone else.
  • A computer, mobile device or tablet that you use to access an Electronic Financial Service is, or you suspect is, lost or stolen, or has been compromised.

You may notify us by visiting the nearest branch or calling EasyLine telephone banking at one of the telephone numbers provided in Section 12.

You will not be liable for any transactions resulting from the loss or theft of your Card or compromise of your PIN or Credentials that occur after the time you tell us about the loss, theft or compromise.

7. Your Liability for Transactions:

You are responsible for the full amount of all transactions on your account authorized by you. You authorize transactions by:

      a) Using your Card, PIN or Credentials to access an Electronic Financial Service;

      b) Providing your Card, Card expiry date and/or CVV2 to a merchant or other third party to
          complete a Card Not Present Transaction;

      c) Your Card being used for an Interac Flash transaction at a participating merchant; or

      d) Authorizing anyone else to do a), b) or c) above.

You are also responsible if:

  • You make any entry error or worthless or fraudulent deposit through an Electronic Financial Service;
  • You fail to notify us as soon as you become aware that your PIN or your Credentials may have become known to someone else or your Card, PIN or Credentials have been lost, stolen or misused;
  • You voluntarily allow another person to use your computer, mobile device or tablet if you use that computer, mobile device or tablet to access an Electronic Financial Service; or
  • You fail to notify us as soon as your mobile device or tablet has been lost, stolen or misused, if you use that mobile device or tablet to access an Electronic Financial Service.

Your liability may exceed your account's credit balance or available funds if:

  • The account is a credit card account or a Line of Credit account, has overdraft protection, or is linked with another account having some or all of these features. In these cases, you will be liable for the amount borrowed, plus interest and/or service charges; or
  • The transaction is completed on the basis of an entry error or a fraudulent or worthless deposit made through an Electronic Financial Service. Your liability will include (but not be limited to) the amount of the fraudulent or worthless deposit.

We will not hold you liable for transactions completed through an Electronic Financial Service where it can be shown that you have been a victim of fraud, theft or have been coerced by trickery, force or intimidation provided you report the unauthorized incident to us promptly and cooperate fully in any subsequent investigation and you have not contributed to such unauthorized transaction.

8. Our Liability:
We are liable for:

  • Unauthorized transactions after you have notified us that your Card or Credentials have been misused, lost or stolen or that the PIN security or the security of your Credentials has been breached.
  • Transactions completed through Cards that are forged, faulty, expired or cancelled.
  • Fraudulent or negligent conduct by our employees or agents, companies involved in networking arrangements, merchants who are linked to the electronic funds transfer system or their employees or agents.
  • Losses to your account resulting from any failure, error, malfunction or technical problem of our system or equipment.

9. Accounts and Electronic Financial Services:

You may choose, where applicable, which Electronic Financial Services you wish to access through your Card or your Credentials. You acknowledge that you may designate accounts you wish to link to your Card for access at ATMs, POS terminals, Card Not Present Transactions, Interac Flash, or through the EasyLine telephone banking service IVR system. Card Not Present Transactions will be processed through the account that has been lodged to the 'chequing' field on the Card.

You further acknowledge that you may have access to all of your accounts by speaking to an EasyLine telephone banking specialist, by logging on to EasyWeb Internet banking service, or by visiting a branch.

Where your account has overdraft protection, is a Line of Credit account, a credit card account, or is linked with another account having some or all of these features, you will have access to these features and the balances in those accounts through Electronic Financial Services.

10. Limits:

We may set limits for your use of Electronic Financial Services and may change these at any time, with or without notice to you. Your daily and weekly ATM, POS, Card Not Present Transactions, Interac Flash and deposit hold limits are set out in the document that accompanied the Card issued to you. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to exceed these limits to complete previously authorized transactions. It is your responsibility to check your limits from time to time through your branch or EasyLine.

When your Card is issued, when a replacement Card is provided or at any other time, you may request lower limits where those limits do not correspond to your daily or weekly usage expectations and present a level of unwanted risk for you.

11. Changes to Services:

We may add, remove or change any part or feature of any Electronic Financial Service without giving you notice. This Agreement applies to any Electronic Financial Service (or parts or features thereof) added or changed by us.

12. Resolving Disputes:

We are not responsible for any failure to supply, or lack of suitability or quality of, any goods or services purchased from merchants or others through an Electronic Financial Service. You will resolve the dispute directly with the merchant or others involved.

If you have a problem regarding a transaction completed through an Electronic Financial Service that is posted to your account, speak to your branch, call the EasyLine telephone banking service at 1-866-222-3456 for English, 1-800-895-4463 for French, or 1-800-361-1180 for TTY (Text Telephone) to place a trace on the transaction. After you report an unauthorized transaction, we will make every attempt to resolve your issue within 10 business days. If required during investigation, you agree to provide a signed written statement, and if applicable, a signed written affidavit. This may result in a temporary suspension of the 10 day time limit, until the requested documentation is received.

If we later determine that a transaction was authorized by you, then we may reverse any amounts we reimbursed to you and you will be responsible for the transaction (including any interest and service charges if such reversal overdraws your account). If the problem is not resolved to your satisfaction, follow the process outlined in Section 30 "If You Have A Problem Or Concern".

13. Service Charges:

We will charge our current service charges for the Electronic Financial Services used by you. Our current fees are those in effect at the time you conduct a transaction. For our current fees, please see our About our Accounts and Related Services document available in our branches and at You will pay the service charges of any other financial institution that are imposed as a result of any Electronic Financial Service that you may use. We may debit your account accessed through the Electronic Financial Service for any applicable service charges. If you don't have enough money in your account to cover the service charges, they may be charged to any other account you have with us, or your account may be overdrawn. Our service charges are subject to change from time to time.

14. Foreign Currency Transactions:

If you use the Card to make purchases or withdrawals in U.S. Dollars, Euros, Great Britain Pounds, Australian Dollars, or Mexican Pesos, the foreign currency will be converted directly to Canadian Dollars before it is debited from your account. If you use the Card to make purchases or withdrawals in any other foreign currency, the currency will be first converted to U.S. Dollars and then to Canadian Dollars before it is debited from your account. Credits to your account involving a foreign currency will also be converted directly to Canadian Dollars, or first to U.S. Dollars and then to Canadian Dollars, depending on the foreign currency involved as set out above. You understand that the exchange rate used by us in converting Canadian Dollars to other currencies, or other currencies to Canadian Dollars, may result in revenue being earned by us on the conversion.

When you use your Card to make a purchase or withdrawal in a foreign currency at a merchant or an ATM outside of Canada displaying the Visa or PLUS system symbol, a fee in the amount of 2.5% of the converted amount will be added to the purchase or withdrawal.

If the foreign currency transaction is a purchase or withdrawal at a merchant or ATM not displaying the Visa or PLUS system symbol, included in the currency exchange cost is a conversion fee which is calculated by adding an additional 0.025 to the interbank currency exchange rate applicable at the time of the purchase or withdrawal.

15. Electronic Payments:

You are responsible for the accuracy of your electronic payment instructions, including the billing company paid, billing account number and payment amount. Depending on the type of payment, electronic payment instructions once sent may be final and irrevocable, so that funds sent in error may not be possible to retrieve. It is your responsibility to ensure that the biller, billing account number and personal payee information in your bill profile, and your personal information registered on our system, is accurate at all times. We can update your bill profile, including your billing account numbers and billers' names if informed of a change by the biller or if deemed necessary by us.

It is your responsibility to ensure that sufficient funds are available in your account (or through overdraft protection linked to your account) as at the effective time of your payment - payment instructions will not be processed without sufficient funds. Postdated payments set up by you may not be processed for a number of reasons, including insufficient funds, inconsistency between the billing account number on your postdated payment and the billing account number registered on your bill profile at the time of processing the payment, and a change in status of your Card, the biller, or your bill profile.

You recognize that different billers have different payment requirements and that you are responsible to know what your biller's payment requirements are. We may reject, cancel or return a payment to you that does not meet these requirements. In addition, you are responsible to ensure that your payments are requested so that there is sufficient time prior to their due date for them to be processed by us and by the biller. Payment instructions made by you after our daily cut-off time or on a non-business day will require extra time to reach the biller.

We are not responsible for any penalties, fees, interest, costs or damages imposed upon or suffered by you with respect to any payments or for our inability to retrieve electronic payments from third party accounts with us or from other financial institutions.

16. Interac Flash:

(a) Opting In / Opting Out
You must have a preselected chequing account linked to your Card for this feature to be enabled. You can have Interac Flash enabled or disabled on your Card by contacting any TD Canada Trust branch or calling EasyLine telephone banking at one of the telephone numbers provided in Section 12.

(b) Total Interac Flash Spend Limits
Should you exceed the maximum total contactless spend limit at any merchant, you will be asked to insert your Card and enter your PIN in order to complete the transaction. Upon successful completion of the transaction, your Interac Flash spend limit will be reset to zero. The spend limit is set out in the document that accompanied the Card issued to you.

17. Interac e-Transfer:

To send an Interac e-Transfer, you must provide the recipient's email address, and a security question ("Security Question") that will be used to authenticate the recipient of the transfer. To receive an Interac e-Transfer, you must correctly answer the Security Question.

You agree that, as a sender of an Interac e-Transfer, it is your responsibility to (a) provide the accurate email address of the recipient; (b) create an effective Security Question and answer that is known only to you and the recipient, and (c) not to use email or any optional message that may accompany the transfer to send the recipient the answer to the Security Question. As a recipient, you agree to keep the answer to the Security Question confidential at all times and to use it only as required to receive the transfer.

We will be entitled to pay the transfer to anyone who claims it as the recipient and correctly answers the Security Question, whether or not that person is the person intended to receive the transfer. We will not be liable for losses incurred by you as a sender or recipient of an Interac e-Transfer as a result of misuse, improper communication or disclosure of the answer to the Security Question.

18. Transaction Records Activity:

You will be offered a transaction record at an ATM, POS or other payment terminal for your convenience to enable you to check your account entries. You will be provided with an electronic verification number for other Electronic Financial Services.

Our transaction records will be conclusive proof of use of your Card or an Electronic Financial Service. Even though you may be provided with a transaction record, electronic verification number or interim statement, our verification and acceptance of all transactions will be considered correct and binding unless there is an obvious error.

Transactions completed through an Electronic Financial Service may be credited or debited to your account on a date determined by us. This date may be different than the date on which you used the Electronic Financial Service.

19. Electronic Document Presentment:

We are not responsible for the failure of any company to provide any document or bill electronically to you.

20. Debit Card Code of Practice:

We endorse the Canadian Code of Practice for Consumer Debit Card Services and commit to maintain or exceed the level of customer protection it establishes.

21. Your Right to Cancel Any Electronic Financial Service:

Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement, any other agreement applicable to the Electronic Financial Service or agreed to by us, you may cancel any Electronic Financial Service by notifying your branch or contacting the EasyLine telephone banking service at one of the numbers provided in section 12. In all cases, you still must fulfill all your obligations under this Agreement or other applicable agreement.

22. Our Right to Terminate This Agreement or Cancel your Card, PIN or Credentials:

We may cancel your Card, PIN or Credentials, terminate this Agreement, or suspend or refuse to provide any Electronic Financial Service without notice to you. In all cases, you still must fulfill all of your obligations under this Agreement. You are not relieved of your obligations until all amounts owed to us, including interest, service charges and costs, have been paid in full. If this Agreement is terminated, you will, at our request, return all Cards to us.

23. Changing This Agreement and Our Service Charges:

We may add to or change the provisions of this Agreement and the charges for the use of the Electronic Financial Services from time to time.

We will notify you that we are making changes to this Agreement by including a message on any statement that we mail you, by posting a notice on our website, in our branches and/or at our ATMs, or by otherwise sending you notice (written or electronic). You agree to be bound by such revised Agreement, which shall be effective once we have provided such notice. The revised Agreement will be posted online at You also agree to check from time to time for revisions to this Agreement. Except if provided in writing, any waiver by us of any provision of this Agreement will not be considered a precedent for waiving the same or any other provision.

24. Transfer of Rights:

We may transfer, sell or otherwise assign all of our rights under this Agreement. If we do so, we may disclose information about you and your Card to anyone to whom we assign our rights.

25. Headings:

The headings to each section of this Agreement are added for convenience and do not change the meaning of any provision of this Agreement.

26. Severability:

If it is found by a court that any portion of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of the Agreement will not be affected.

27. Governing Law:

This Agreement will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the province or territory in Canada where you reside or most recently resided and the laws of Canada, as applicable. If you have not resided in Canada, this Agreement will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Province of Ontario and Canada, as applicable.

28. For Quebec Only:

It is the express wish of the parties that this Agreement and any directly or indirectly related documents be drawn up in English.
Les parties ont exprimé la volonté expresse que cette convention et tous les documents s'y rattachant directement ou indirectement soient rédigés en anglais.

29. Consent to the Collection, Use and/or Disclosure of Your Information:

The word "Information" means personal, financial and other details about you that you provide to us and we obtain from others outside our organization, including through the products and services you use.

You agree that, at the time you request to begin a relationship with us and during the course of our relationship, we may share your Information with our world-wide affiliates, and collect, use and disclose your Information as described in the Privacy Agreement on, including for, but not limited to, the purposes of: identifying you, providing you with ongoing service, helping us serve you better, protecting us both from fraud and error, complying with legal and regulatory requirements, and marketing products and services to you. We may communicate with you for any of these purposes by telephone, fax, text messaging, or other electronic means, and automatic dialing-announcing device, at the numbers you have provided us, or by ATM, internet, mail, email and other methods. To understand how you can withdraw your consent, refer to the 'Marketing Purposes' section of the Privacy Agreement or contact us at 1-866-567-8888.

30. If You Have a Problem or Concern:

Tell us about your problem or concern in the way that is most convenient for you. You may contact a Customer Service Representative at your branch or business unit that handles your account, call us toll free at 1-866-222-3456, contact us by mail at Customer Feedback, TD Centre, P.O. Box 193, Toronto, Ontario, M5K 1H6 or by e-mail at As a next step, if your concern remains unresolved, a manager will offer to elevate your problem to a representative of our senior management. Alternatively, if you prefer to elevate the problem yourself, you may contact a manager, or one of our telephone banking specialists, at the toll-free number 1-800-430-6095, and they will assist you. If your concern remains unresolved, you may contact the TD Ombudsman, by mail at P.O. Box 1, TD Centre, Toronto, Ontario, M5K 1A2, or toll free at 1-888-361-0319.

External Ombudsman

If your concern still remains unresolved, you may then contact the ADR Chambers Banking Ombuds Office (ADRBO) by mail at P.O. Box 1006, 31 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 2K4 or telephone: 1-800-941-3655 and at

For a more detailed overview of our complaint-handling procedures, please see our "If You Have a Problem or Concern" brochure available at any branch or on our website at

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

If you have a complaint regarding a potential violation of a consumer protection law, a public commitment, or an industry code of conduct, you can contact the FCAC in writing at: 6th Floor, Enterprise Building, 427 Laurier Ave. West, Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 1B9. The FCAC can also be contacted by telephone at 1-866-461-3222 (en français 1-866-461-2232) or through its website at Please note the FCAC does not become involved in matters of redress or compensation - all such requests must follow the process set out above.

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