TD Canada Trust Bank number?

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Rocky, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. Rocky

    Rocky TRIBE Member

    Anyone know this off hand? I think it used to be 509, but since Canada trust merged with TD, I think it has changed.

    Anyone know it?
     
  2. Rude1_247

    Rude1_247 TRIBE Member

    same bank number works. It didn't change.
     
  3. jasonchaos

    jasonchaos TRIBE Promoter

    the new bank number for TD Canadatrust is ( 004 )

    trust in j i work there!
     
  4. Rude1_247

    Rude1_247 TRIBE Member

    If you had a Canada Trust account before, the bank number is the same isn't it?

    I work with Payroll and nobody's bank number changed during the changeover... am I imagining this?
     
  5. Rocky

    Rocky TRIBE Member

    I meant institution number, not my account number.

    thanks j
     
  6. Rocky

    Rocky TRIBE Member

    also....my branch number is 191.

    the online form is not accepting it.

    Do I need to use 00191?
     
  7. cfgb

    cfgb TRIBE Member

    I doubt your branch number is simply 191.

    I suggest getting a cheque and reading it from left to right.

    It would read like this:

    000 00000 000 000000 0

    How it breaks down:

    000 - Cheque number

    00000 - Branch number

    000 - Bank number (001 = Bank of Montreal, 002 = Scotia Bank, 003 = Royal Bank, 004 = TD, etc.)

    000000 0 = Your account number. Please note there IS a space at the end, but the last number is often important.

    Some TD account numbers are 10 digits long as well..... Every other bank is just 7.

    Hope that helps.
     

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