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What are the different types of limits tied to my Access Card?

The different types of transaction limits are:

Daily ATM Withdrawal Limit

The maximum amount that can be withdrawn from an ATM per day.

Daily In-Store Spend Limit

The maximum amount that can be debited from your account(s) using your Access Card per day, for In-Store Point of Sale (POS) purchases (this limit is shared across all accounts associated to your Access Card).

Daily Online, Telephone, and Mail Order Spend Limit

The maximum amount that can be debited from your account(s) from one Access Card per day for card-not-present transactions, i.e. online, telephone and mail order transactions (this limit is shared across all accounts associated to your Access Card).

Note: this limit is only applicable to the enhanced TD Access Card with Visa Debit (the card with a Visa and Interac logo on the front). If you don't have one, learn more here.

For legacy access cards (with a 13-digit card number), your Interac Online transactions count toward your Daily In-Store Purchase Limit.

Instantly Available Funds From Cheque Deposit Limit (Weekly)

The amount of funds available to be withdrawn immediately following a cheque deposit through the TD Mobile App or at an ATM. This is a cumulative limit which applies to cheque deposits and resets weekly. This limit does not apply to any cash deposits.

Cumulative Interac Flash® Spend Limit

As an added layer of protection, there is a cumulative spend limit for your Flash (contactless) purchases. This limit is the sum of all Flash transactions made with your card since the last time you entered your PIN. When this limit is reached, you will be asked to insert your card and enter your PIN. Entering your PIN will authorize your purchase and reset your cumulative limit so you can continue to use Flash.

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