6 Jul 2011

TD Canada Trust opens new branch in downtown Toronto

Torontonians have a new place to conduct some of their bank business, as TD Canada Trust recently opened a new branch to serve the GTA’s residents.

“We’re very thrilled to celebrate the opening of our new concept branch and be part of such a wonderful and vibrant community,” said Jarod Phillips, branch manager for TD Canada Trust. “The many innovative features here allow us the opportunity to serve our customers in a completely new way – regardless of what they need, our customers have access to solutions and great advice in a welcoming atmosphere.”

Included among the features at the new branch are web kiosks that allow customers to access their accounts easily, and a customer lounge with a coffee station, giving locals an added sense of comfort and security as they wait to conduct a transaction.

While banks should be known as a safe and secure place, the same standard should apply to storage units. Similar to banks, storage units contain investments homeowners have often worked a lifetime to achieve. At Jiffy Self Storage, those belongings are safe, thanks to computer-controlled technology that prevents unauthorized access.

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