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How do I cancel a U.S. Bill Pay payment I made on a previous day?
|Please Note: As of October 18, 2018 the U.S. Bill Pay service will be discontinued on EasyWeb Online Banking and the TD app.|
We want to let you know that TD does have alternative options for you to pay your US bills
- If you pay multiple bills, consider opening a U.S. based chequing account with TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank ® to pay your bills through TD Bank Online banking. For more information Click Here.
- Additionally, you can use your TD Access Card with Visa* Debit to shop online or in person. It is accepted by retailers in over 200 countries. For more information Click Here.
To cancel/stop a U.S. bill payment 1 to 3 business days after you made the payment:
It may be possible to cancel/stop the payment up to 3 business days after making the payment. Contact EasyLine at 1-866-222-3456 for assistance.
To cancel/stop a U.S. bill payment more than 3 business days after you made payment:
- On EasyWeb, use U.S. Bill Pay - View/Cancel U.S. Payments to check the Cheque Status of the payment.
- If the Cheque Status = Pending, then the U.S. cheque has not been deposited by the payee yet and may be possible to stop. Contact EasyLine at 1-866-222-3456 for assistance.
- If the Cheque Status = Cleared, then the U.S. cheque has been deposited. You will need to contact the U.S. payee directly to discuss the matter and determine the options.
If you cancel/stop a U.S. bill payment after the day you made the payment, or it is rejected or returned for any reason:
- the $2.50 fee will not be refunded to your bank account
- any regular account transaction fees still apply
- foreign exchange charges may apply and revenue may be earned by us on the return conversion
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