Introducing TD Auto Finance
As you may know, TD Bank Group (TD) has completed its acquisition of Chrysler Financial (CF). We have combined the financial stability and legendary customer service of TD Bank Group with Chrysler Financial’s more than 45-year history of automotive financing expertise. We are excited to bring you TD Auto Finance, which is owned by one of the safest banks in North America according to Global Finance Magazine and is one of the few Aaa-rated banks listed on the New York Stock Exchange. 1
TD Auto Finance is a top-5 bank-owned auto finance company in North America, focused on providing you with a personal, worry-free and easy automotive finance experience.
We wanted to update you on this exciting acquisition and to let you know there are no changes to the terms of your retail installment contract, loan or lease. You will start to see our new name, TD Auto Finance, and our new look on materials we send to you and on our website. For more information, you can go to www.tdautofinance.com on or after June 1, 2011.
It is business as usual for your account(s).
- Please continue to make your regularly scheduled payments and manage your retail installment contract, loan or lease the same way you do today. You can also continue making payments online at www.tdautofinance.com .
- If you are currently enrolled as an Auto-Pay customer, there are no changes to your current schedule. If you haven’t yet enrolled, it’s quick and easy. Enroll online now and you can begin using Auto-Pay right away.
- TD Auto Finance will continue to provide you with the same high level of service you have come to expect.
We are here to help.
We will continue to update you as we move forward; be sure to check back for updates. If you have other questions, please speak to a Customer Service representative at 800-556-8172.
Thank you for being our customer, and we look forward to continuing to make your automotive financing experience worry-free and easy, now and in the future.
Important information for Customers of Chrysler Financial.
1. Based on total assets at June 30, 2010. Source: SNL Financial, Largest Banks and Thrifts in the U.S. by total assets.