How To Find and Use Your TD Bank Login

Manage your accounts with online banking from TD Bank.

TD Bank’s roots go as far back as 1852, when the Portland Savings Bank was founded in Portland, Maine. Following a series of mergers and acquisitions over the course of more than a century, the bank came to be named Banknorth. TD Bank Group of Toronto, Canada formally acquired Banknorth in 2007 and renamed it TD Banknorth. The present-day TD Bank name is the result of a rebranding campaign launched after TD Bank Group’s acquisition of Commerce Bank in 2008.

Today’s TD Bank offers its customers easy-to-use, free online banking so they can quickly and securely pay bills, transfer or send money, view bank statements, order checks and update personal information. This guide will help you create the TD Bank login you’ll need to access these features.

How To Set Up a TD Bank Login

Follow these steps to set up your TD Bank login:

  1. Navigate to the Online Banking “Sign up” button from the TD Bank homepage and select the accounts you want to enroll.
  2. Review and accept TD Bank’s Online Banking Agreement.
  3. Enter your information and choose a username and password.
  4. Select Continue and then follow the prompts to complete the process.

Learn: How To Open a TD Bank Account in 3 Steps

How To Log In To Your TD Bank Account From a Computer

To access your bank account from a computer, select the TD Bank “Log in” button on the right side of the TD Bank homepage. Enter your username and password on the next screen to access online banking services.

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How To Log In To Your TD Bank Account From a Mobile Phone or Tablet

When you’re on the go and not near a computer, you can still access your bank account with a mobile app. Apps are available for iPhones and Androids from the Apple App Store or Google Play, respectively.

Once you download the app, just enter your TD Bank login to start banking. You can deposit checks, pay bills, send money and view statements any time you want.

How To Retrieve a Forgotten Username or Password

Retrieving your forgotten username or password is easy. Select “Forgot user name and/or password?” on the login form. The system will prompt you to select whether you need your username, your password or both and then walk you through retrieving the forgotten information.

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How To View Your TD Statement Information

You can view your statements by logging into online banking and choosing the account for which you need statements. Select the “Statements and Notices” tab, and then click on the drop-down box to view your statements or download them as PDF files.

How To Contact TD If You Have Trouble With Your Account

For 24/7 general assistance, call TD Bank Customer Service at 888-751-9000. Here are more ways to find help:

  • Visit a local branch.
  • Message TD Bank on Facebook or Twitter.
  • Visit the TD Bank Help Center to search a knowledge base of solutions for common activities.

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What Are the Benefits of Online Banking?

Online banking and the mobile app let you handle banking transactions on TD Bank’s website from a computer, tablet or smartphone. By using online banking you can avoid trips to a physical branch, bank from wherever you like, view electronic statements and send bill payments.

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In addition, you can set up personalized banking alerts, including one that lets you know if your balance goes below or above a certain amount. Sign up today to get the most out of your TD bank account.

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Valerie Ashton contributed to the reporting for this article.

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Arielle graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in English Literature and a minor in Medieval Studies. She lives in LA with her various animals. She began writing for GOBankingRates because she believes in the distribution of information, especially regarding one’s money.