Get Your TD Bank Gift Card at www.tdbank.com/giftcardinfo
You may wonder what to give for your customers or employees. Maybe this time you can try a TD Bank Visa Gift Card. The gift card can be used where Visa is accepted. You can use it to make purchases at a retail store, by phone or online. It is convenient and east to use and comes in a wide range of denominations from from $25 to $750. Visit a local TD Bank or call Customer Service to get TD Bank Visa Gift Card. Now don’t hesitate and visit www.tdbank.com/giftcardinfo(Click the link in Reference Links at the bottom of this page to visit this site).
- If the sticker on your card says Activate My Card, go to www.visaprepaidprocessing.com/TDBank/Gift/Pages/Home.aspx and enter the required information to activate your card.
- If your card is active, register your card at the same website above. Only through registration will you make purchases, recover the disputed fund and track your account balance. Your initial password is the 3-digit security code printed on the back of the card. You can change the password after your first signing in.
- If you have registered your gift card online, you can enter the first 6 digits of you card to login at www.tdbank.com/giftcardinfo.
You may also call TD Bank Customer Service 24/7 at 1-888-294-2249 for help. If your card is lost or stolen, you should call this number immediately and request a replacement card. The replacement card is issued for the dollar value remaining on the card when it is reported. You can not get cash out of the gift card or add money into it. When there’s no available balance on the card, it is of no value and should be discarded.
www.tdbank.com/tdgocard – TD Go Reloadable Prepaid Visa Card
November 11, 2015 By admin
- Buy, manage, or activate aВ TD Go Reloadable Prepaid Visa Card online which is perfect for high school and college kids
The TD Bank Go Card can be used anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted (which is just about everywhere) and is perfect for parents to monitor theirВ teen’s spending limits while in high school or away at college. В Account holders canВ load funds, check recent purchases, and check the card balance at anytime online once the account has been registered. В AВ TD Go Reloadable Prepaid Visa Card holder can set upВ email and text alerts online to help protect against fraud OR let parents know when their kids are close reaching their spending limits. В The card is just like carrying cash and the account holder can access their account 24/7 online (even on Christmas).
TD Go Reloadable Prepaid Visa Card Notes
- The card comes with a load fee ofВ $1.00 and an inactivity fee of $2.50
- The inactivity fee will be charged after 12 months of not using the TD Bank TD Go Card
- There is no fee for using the card when making purchases online or at a retailer
- When loading the card for the first time the customer must load the TD Bank Go Card with a minimum of $20
- The account holder must be 18 years of age or older
- The most an account can hold is $2000
- Due to security risks the TD Go Card may be restricted in certain countries (i.e. Syria)
Any questions about the card can be directed to a TD Bank customer care agent atВ 1-855-219-8050. В Once the card has been ordered online customer should allow up to 7 days to arrive via US Mail. В A credit check is not required and any purchases made using the TD Bank TD Go Card will NOT harm or help their credit score.
TD Bank and Regions Bank Go With Samsung Pay - Other News
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TD Bank and Regions Bank customers who have been itching to use their payment cards with Samsung Pay will get the chance to do that now that the bank has inked a deal with Samsung Electronics.
Samsung Pay lets people pay at all terminals whether they are the old school ones you grew up with or the new EMV-enabled ones. The news of TD Bank and Regions Bank coming on board came on the heels of sixty new banks and credit unions, including Wells Fargo, joining Samsung Pay, all of which means that 75% of banks and credit unions in the U.S. now offer the payment service to their customers.
With Samsung Pay people can pay using any of the Samsung smartphones and tablets, whether that is the older Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, S6 active, and Note5, or the newer versions coming out now, including the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
With Samsung Pay people swipe up on their phone and they use the devices built-in tech to scan their fingerprint to verify their identity. Once that is done their payment goes through.
If the retailer or restaurant has upgraded to the new EMV and Near Field Communication (NFC) based terminals the payment system will work, but it will also work with the older Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology. This lets people pay with their phones at just about all retailers.
To up the safety level Samsung Pay uses token-based technology, which basically means instead of passing the user’s credit card and personal data to the terminal it creates a one-time token that enables the payment to go through. It also uses Samsung KNOX, and the fingerprint authentication process to make sure the person making the payment it legitimate.
In keeping with the technology trend, TD Bank has also announced that they will now be offering their banking and credit card customers access to customer service representatives via Facebook messenger. According to TD Bank they are the first bank to begin offering this service to customers.