Your card's built for speed, security & safety.

There's no better time to use your contactless card. Just look, tap, pay when you're at checkout. Your contactless transactions are always secure, and we've got your back with 24/7 fraud alerts on top of it. Next time you make a purchase, follow these 3 simple steps:

  • 1. Look

    Look for the Contactless Symbol wherever you pay.*

  • 2. Tap

    When prompted, tap your card within a few inches of the Contactless Symbol. And don't worry if you tap multiple times—you'll only be billed once.

  • 3. Pay

    Get the OK—a "beep," checkmark or green light—and go! (Yep, that's it.)

One-time code. Full-time protection.

Similar to a chip card, contactless payment transactions are accompanied by a one-time security code that's unique to that transaction. This protects your payment information from being used for future unauthorized purchases.

And unlike cash, contactless payments provide an electronic record of your purchases and give you the ability to add a tip, get cash back (where available) and more.

Pay the way you want to pay.

Tap to pay with your TD Bank contactless card or mobile wallet. It's your choice.

  • Tap

  • Insert or swipe

  • Add to mobile wallet


How can I get a contactless card?

Debit cards: There are a few different ways you can get a contactless debit card. If you need a replacement right away, you can schedule curbside pickup same day or next day. If you're not in a rush, you can always order one through Online Banking or by calling 1-888-751-9000 and you'll receive it in the mail in about a week.

Credit cards: Book an appointment at your nearest TD Bank to get a new credit card or call 1-888-561-8861 to have one mailed to you in about a week.


*The Contactless Symbol and Contactless Indicator are trademarks owned by and used with permission of EMVCo, LLC.

Visa is a registered trademark and service mark of Visa International Service Association, and is used by TD Bank, N.A. pursuant to license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.

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