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How do I opt out of the TD Visa Mobile Alerts Service*?
Opt out of TD Visa Mobile Alerts Service*
To opt out of receiving alerts at any time, you may take one of the following actions:
• Uncheck all the boxes on the SETUP ALERTS tab for your TD Visa Card Account on the My Account/Set-Up TD Visa Mobile Alerts page at tdrewards.com. You will still be enrolled in the Service, but you will not receive alerts. If you want to start receiving alerts again, you will not have to re-enrol. Simply return to the My Account/Set-Up TD Visa Mobile Alerts page at tdrewards.com and select your options.
• You can opt-out of the Service under the OPT OUT tab for your TD Visa Card Account on the My Account/Set-Up TD Visa Mobile Alerts page at tdrewards.com. You will then stop receiving alerts and will also be officially un-enrolled from the Service. If you want to start receiving alerts again, you will need to re-enrol in the Service.
• Reply “ALERTS STOP” from your mobile device to any alert you receive. This will un-enroll you from receiving mobile phone alerts. However, if you are also signed up for email alerts, you will still receive them unless you specifically opt out of them by following the procedures outlined above.
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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