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You asked: What if the routing number on the bottom of my check does not match the bank's current routing number

We matched that to: What if the routing number on the bottom of my check does not match the bank's current routing number?

The routing number on your checks may not match the bank's current routing numbers for many reasons. For example, during systems conversions for acquired institutions, it is common for the bank to change Customers' routing numbers.

The number that appears on the bottom of your check is automatically mapped to the correct routing numbers. The next time you order checks, your new checks will display the correct routing number.

The TD Bank routine/ABA numbers are listed below.

Connecticut

011103093

Florida

067014822

Maine

211274450

Massachusetts/Rhode Island

211370545

Metro DC/Maryland/Virginia

054001725

New Hampshire

011400071

New Jersey/Delaware

031201360

New York – Metro NYC or former Commerce customers

026013673

New York – Upstate NY or former Banknorth customers

021302567

North Carolina/South Carolina

053902197

Pennsylvania

036001808

Vermont

011600033

 

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