TD Card Services Login: How To Manage Your TD Card Account

This TD Card Services Login guidelines will help you to Log in to TD Card Services to manage your account, set up account alerts, view your rewards and more.

Before you access the TD Card Services online you must first have an online account with TD bank. If you don’t have a TD card account and want to sign up for online access, select “Sign up” on the TD Credit Card Services log-in page. Enter your card number and then select “Continue.” You will be prompted to enter the required security information. You will then create a user name and password.

After you have completed the enrollment process and created a unique user name and password, using your online account is easy. You can simply enter your user name and password on the log-in page to access the site’s services.

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TD Card Services Login Steps

You have TD Credit Card. Then, you can login to the TD Card Services system. It will allow you to make payment to your credit, check your card balance and redeem rewards if applicable. You need to log in to your TD credit card account.

TD Card Services Login: How To Manage Your TD Card Account

To login to the TD Card Services to pay bills, first open the TD Card Services page.

On the TD Card Services login page, enter User name and password and (shown on the image above) and click Log in.

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How To Recover Your TD Card Services Password

If you have forgotten your TD Card Services password, you will need to create a new password before you can access your account information. To begin, select the “Recover user name or password” link on the TD Credit Card Services log-in page. You will be asked to enter your personal information and credit card details.

You will receive an e-mail or text message with a temporary one-time passcode to enter into the website. This passcode is valid for five (5) minutes. The site will display your user name and ask if you would like to reset your password. If you wish to change your password, select “Reset your password” and create a new password.

How To Recover Your TD Card Services User Name

For your user name, select the “Recover user name or password” link on the TD Credit Card Services log-in page. You will be asked to enter your personal information and credit card details. You will receive an e-mail or text message with a temporary one-time passcode to enter into the website. This passcode is valid for five (5) minutes. After you enter your passcode, the site will display your user name.

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How To Manage Your TD Card Account

1: Making TD Card Services Payments

How can I set up my account to pay my credit card bill online?

Just follow these easy steps below to start making your credit card payments online.

  1. From your My Account page select the box that displays your minimum amount due.
  2. Select “Add payment account” to add the account you’d like to use for payments.
  3. Select the type of account you are adding, then enter: the account nickname, the name on the account and its routing and account numbers. Select “Continue.”

How can I make my credit card payment online?

  1. From your My Account page select the box that displays your minimum amount due.
  2. Select the account you would like to pay from, the payment date and the payment amount, then select “Continue.”
  3. You will be asked to review and confirm the payment details before submitting the payment for processing.
  4. You can also set up Recurring AutoPay to automatically make monthly payments to your account.

What accounts can be used for payment?

Payments must be made in U.S. dollars. You will need a checking or savings account opened at a U.S. bank that accepts electronic withdrawals.Will I receive a confirmation of my online payment?

When you make an online payment, you will receive a confirmation message and an e-mail confirmation to the e-mail address on file. You can also view payments submitted on the Transactions History page of your online account.

Can I make changes/cancel a payment once the request has been scheduled?

Yes, you can make changes to any online payment in an open status.

  1. Open the left navigation bar and select “Manage Payments.”
  2. Select the pending payment you’d like to change or cancel.
  3. Select the three dots that appear to the right of the payment.
  4. Select “Edit Payment” or “Cancel Payment.”

2: Security

What steps can I take to ensure the security of my account information?

There are several things you can do to protect your online account:

  • Never reveal your user name and password to anyone.
  • Never write it down where anyone can find it or figure out what it is.
  • Change your password frequently within your profile.
  • Always sign off before accessing other Internet sites.
  • Always sign off before leaving your computer.
  • If other people have access to your computer, clear your browser’s cache to remove copies of web pages that may have been stored temporarily on your system. Refer to your browser’s Help file for instructions on clearing your cache.

Ideas to make your password difficult for others to figure out:

  • Combine letters and numbers.
  • Use the initial letters of a phrase, instead of words.
  • Don’t use names of people, places or things.
  • Don’t use something people would associate with you.

What is encryption and why do I need it?

Encryption is a security device that keeps information that passes through the Internet private and secure. To maximize protection, your browser must support 256-bit encryption. This 256-bit encryption level is more secure than the standard level of 128-bit.

With most browsers, an icon of a key or a lock appears in the bottom toolbar of your screen indicating that you are in an encrypted or secure session and that the information being transmitted is protected and encrypted. To upgrade, please click on one of the following links:

What happens if I forget to log off?

For security reasons, your online session will automatically “timeout” after 10 minutes of inactivity. This ensures that no one can manipulate your online accounts if you leave your computer while still logged in. We encourage you to log out for maximum security when you are finished with the system or you walk away from your computer.

What is ‘phishing’ and how do I protect myself from it?

‘Phishing’ is the practice of sending an e-mail to a consumer to falsely obtain personal or billing information. Often company logos and formats are duplicated to give the e-mail a legitimate appearance, but their intent is to trick the consumer into providing private information (Social Security Number, PIN, bank account or credit card numbers, etc.).

To avoid being phished, do not respond to any e-mail requests for billing or personal information. It is not TD bank policy to ask you for personal information online through an unsecured e-mail. If you think you’ve been phished, report the suspicious activity by calling the customer service number on the back of your credit card.

Final words

If you are concerned that you have received fraudulent e-mail, text or call, disclosed confidential information or have questions about online security, immediately contact TD Bank Customer Service at 1-888-751-9000. For credit card-related transactions, please contact TD Bank Visa Credit Card at 1-888-561-8861. Thanks and stay safe.

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