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Why did I receive a TD Visa Mobile Alert for a $1 transaction (or some other small amount) when I made an online purchase?

$1 or small charge in a TD Visa Mobile Alert

Some online merchants may submit a small initial authorization amount (e.g., $1) to verify that your TD Visa Card Account is valid. TD Visa Mobile Alerts are triggered based on the initial authorization amount, so in this case you will probably receive a second alert for the actual purchase amount when you submit your online purchase.  

Note: You will only be charged for the actual amount of your purchase.  

To set up your TD Visa Card with the TD Visa Mobile Alerts Service* you need to register your TD Visa Card at tdrewards.com. Then simply access the My Account > Set-Up TD Visa Mobile Alerts page and go to SETUP ALERTS tab. For assistance, please call the number on the back of your TD Visa Card. 

*The TD Visa Mobile Alerts Service ("Service") is offered by The Toronto-Dominion Bank exclusively for TD Visa Cards. The Service provides email alerts and mobile phone alerts which are sent by Visa Canada. For full details about his Service, please read the TD Visa Mobile Alerts Service Terms & Conditions which are available for review during the Service registration process.

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