Any regularly recurring bill payments currently set up on your Account (such as internet and telephone), will continue. There is no need to contact these merchants because your Card number will not change.
If there are Authorized User Cards on your Account, they will continue to be able to use their existing Cards, as they do today and will receive their re-designed replacement Cards at the same time you do.
If you have TD Balance Protection Insurance it will continue to apply to your renamed TD Rewards Visa Card with no changes in coverage and your initial effective date will apply. No action is required and any open or new claim will continue to be processed as per the certificate of insurance.
If you decide to close the Account, the balance protection insurance will continue to be active until the outstanding balance is paid.
No, your redemption options remain the same and they include:
Shop online through TDRewards.com:
Through Shop The Mall, you can redeem your TD Rewards Points to shop directly at participating online retailers to pay for the things you want.
Or, Shop The Catalogue and redeem your TD Rewards Points for gift cards and brand name merchandise from appliances, to electronics, luggage and more.
You can book your travel online with your TD Rewards Visa Card through ExpediaForTD.com. You can also redeem any earned TD Rewards Points towards that purchase at time of booking.
Or, use your TD Rewards Visa Card to book travel with any other travel provider and redeem any earned TD Rewards Points towards that purchase within 90 days after the purchase date. Don’t forget, TD Rewards Points can also be used for travel related purchases made with your Card such as taxes, golf fees and resort excursions.
Help pay down your balance:
You can also redeem your TD Rewards Points to help pay down your Credit Card Account balance through TDRewards.com, EasyWeb or the TD App.
Learn more about the redemption options available to you by visiting TDRewards.com.