Unlimited rewards – No point caps, points do not expire. Redeem for cash back, electronics, gift cards, travel rewards and more – starting at 2,500 points.
APR for Balance Transfer: 0% Introductory APR for the first 12 billing cycles from account opening; after that your APR will be a variable 9.24%-23.24% based on your creditworthiness. Balance Transfer Fee: Either $10 or 4% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater. Cash Advance Fee: Either $10 or 5% of each cash advance, whichever is greater. Foreign Transaction Fee: 3% of each transaction in US dollars. Late payment Fee: Up to $35. If your payment is 60 days past due, you may lose your introductory APR and receive the APR for balance transfers which would apply to all balance transfers on the Account.
Credit Card More Information:
Card Issued By:
TD Bank, NA
General Correspondence Address:
Airlines, Balance Transfer, Low Interest, Reward
States Available In:
CT, DC, DE, FL, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, SC, VA, VT
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Credit Card Consumer Reviews:
Mark ( Jan 16, 2013 at 1:58 pm)
I have been a customer of T Bank for the past 14 years. I applied for this card, which was offered with a rate of between 9.24% - 23.24%, expecting the 9.24% rate. My credit score is high, I have not missed or been late with auto payments in the last 3 years, no banckruptcies or judgements - ever. To my horror, I received the cards with the worst and maximum rate of 23.24%.
I went to my branch manager in Aberdeen who said he will look into it and will "call me tomorrow". That was 6 weeks ago and I'm still waiting for that call.
I spoke with Debbie in the credit call center who had no explanation and promised "someone from corporate will call back". I've been waiting 4 weeks for that call.
I called Debbie again 2 days ago and she again promised that someone wold call me back. This did not happen either.
I am ashamed to be a customer of TD Bank. They pay the lowest rates for savings accounts in the United States and charge the highest rates for loans and credit cards. If I do not hear back from W. Edmund Clark hinself, Chairman of the Board of TD Bank by the close of business TODAY, I will close my:
Personal Checking Account
MOney Market Account
and Business Checking Account
and I will continue to post my experience on these websites.
I suspect that the bank NEVER intended to give ANYONE the 9.24% rate. I also see how much they care by ignoring me.