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What kinds of payments or transfers are available in TD Bank online banking?

TD Bank offers several convenient ways for our personal banking customers to make payments and transfers:

  • Transfer between your internal TD Bank accounts 
  • Transfer to or from your TD Bank accounts and accounts at other banks**
  • Send Money with Zelle® - easily send and receive money from people that you know and trust*
  • Bill Pay - make payments to third party billers

Note that some types of payments and/or delivery options may carry fees.  You can view the Personal Fee Schedule.

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Send Money with Zelle®, is available for most personal checking and money market accounts. To use Send Money with Zelle®, you must have an Online Banking profile with a U.S. address, a unique U.S. mobile phone number, and an active unique e-mail address. Your eligible personal deposit account must be active and enabled for ACH transactions and Online Banking transfers. Message and data rates may apply, check with your wireless carrier. 

External transfer services are available for most personal checking, money market and savings accounts. To use these services, you must have an Online Banking profile with a U.S. address, a unique U.S. phone number, an active unique e-mail address, and a Social Security Number. Your eligible personal deposit account must be active and enabled for ACH transactions and Online Banking transfers.

*For more information, read the Terms & Conditions (PDF).

Must have a bank account in the U.S. to use Send Money with Zelle®. Transactions typically occur in minutes between enrolled users. If your recipient is not already enrolled with Zelle, funds won't be delivered until they enroll. Transaction limitations apply.

Zelle and the Zelle related marks are wholly owned by Early Warning Services, LLC and are used herein under license. 

Send Money with Zelle® is only available in English in secure Online and Mobile Banking.

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