It’s vital that you protect the ways your accounts are accessed:
- Choose unique passwords that you can remember so that you do not have to write them down, but ones that are difficult for others to guess. A combination of letters and numbers should be used for better protection.
- Do not enable AutoComplete or other memorized password functions that may be available on your computer.
- Do not save passwords on your computer, on the Internet or on any software. Anyone who has access to or compromises the security of that information potentially can impersonate you.
- Never disclose your passwords to anyone, especially online, not even to the police, your financial institution, your insurance company or your Internet service provider.
- Change your password at least every 90 days, to help protect the security of your information.
- Look for the secure transaction symbol on your screen before entering any personal information. This will look like a key or a padlock on the very bottom of your browser.
- Verify the validity of the digital certificate and that it was issued from a trusted Certificate Authority, such as VeriSign. This can help you identify fraudulent websites. Double-click on the padlock icon to view details about the digital certificate.
- Look at your browser’s Address/Location bar. Verify that the login page that you are visiting is in fact legitimate by confirming that the website address is correct. For example:
- If you have chosen to use the:
- "Remember my Access Card and Description"
- "Remember my Connect ID" feature
- "Remember my MyInsurance Username" feature
your TD Canada Trust Access Card number and/or your WebBroker or Web Business Banking Connect ID or MyInsurance online services User will appear when you navigate to the EasyWeb login page, the WebBroker login page, MyInsurance online services login page or the Web Business Banking login page – provided that you have not deleted your cookies since the visit when you enabled that feature. This feature is unique to the legitimate login pages and cannot be duplicated.
If you believe that you have navigated to a login page that is not authentic, exit it immediately. Then, visit us online to report the attempted fraud.