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Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds TransferIntroduction. 2Need Help? .3System Requirements .3Supported Browsers.3Supported Operating Systems .3Adobe Acrobat Reader .3Getting Started Steps . 4Logging on to Web Business Banking .5View User Profile.6System Administration Rights .6Service Rights.7Setting up your Company’s Originator Information .8Defining your Company’s payment Groups .9Setting up your Company’s payment Rates .10Creating your Company’s payment Templates .11Using the Service. 13Make Payments .13Initiating Payments .13Authorize Payments .14Authorizing and Declining Payments .14Activity List .15My Reports .16Template Maintenance .16IntroductionWelcome to Web Business Banking – Electronic Funds Transfer. The purpose of thisguide is to assist with the initial setup of the Electronic Funds Transfer service.We’ve made it easy for you to follow the instructions in this guide. You can print a hardcopy, download the contents to your computer or keep the file open on-screen as youmove through each, easy-to-follow step. This file is equipped with convenient navigationbuttons that allow you to move quickly and easily throughout the document. The‘contents’ button will always return you to the main index. Use the ‘back’ and ‘next’buttons to move page-by-page. If you prefer to use the bookmark navigation tools withinAcrobat Reader, you’ll find them in their usual location on your toolbar.Continued on Next page Internal2

Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds TransferNeed Help?Web Business Banking has a help link on every page. Simply click on the underlined Helplink situated at the top right corner of your page. Upon clicking the Help link, you will bepresented with information specific to the Web Business Banking page you are on. Toaccess help regarding another feature or function, click the Index link and scroll down tothe topic you are looking for.System RequirementsSupported BrowsersIn order to use the Web Business Banking service, you will require a Java enabled browserthat supports 128-bit encryption with cookies enabled. Browsers in compatibility modecannot be used and will be unsupported. We have optimized our service to work withbrowsers that the majority of our customers use. Minimum browser requirements are asfollows: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 Firefox 27 Safari 7 Chrome 30 Edge 12 Opera 20 Adobe Acrobat ReaderAdobe Acrobat Reader is required in order to view PDF formatted reports. Adobe AcrobatReader is available free of charge at ml .Continued on Next page Internal3

Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds TransferGetting Started StepsAs a new user, when you first access the Electronic Funds Transfer service you shouldcomplete the following Getting Started steps:1. Log on to Web Business Banking.2. View your User Profile (Optional).3. Setting up your Company’s Originator information.4. Defining your Company’s payment Groups.5. Setting up your Company’s payment Rates.6. Defining your Company’s payment Templates.Trademark of TD Bank.Microsoft Corporation Trademark ofContinued on Next page Internal4

Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds TransferLogging on to Web Business BankingThe following typographical conventions have been used in the Getting Started Guide toidentify specific types of information.Type StyleUsed ForBoldButton namesInitial CapitalsPage Names, Field Names, Menu Names[CAPITALS] in square bracketsKeyboard commands (e.g. [ENTER])ALL CAPITALSAcronyms, Directory Names and File NamesTo log in to Web Business Banking, proceed as follows:StepAction1Launch your Internet browser.2Type in the address andpress the [ENTER] key.Result: Your browser window will appear on screen.Result: The Web Business Banking Login page will appear.Tip: Once the Login page loads, add the page to your Bookmarks/Favorites3Enter your Connect ID, optional Description, and Password.4Click on the Remember my Connect ID and Description check box, on theLogin page, if you would like your Connect ID and Description to be saved.Note: Your TD-assigned System Administrator can provide you with yourConnect ID and Password if required.Note: When Remember my Connect ID and Description is selected, the nexttime you log in this Connect ID will be displayed. When two or more ConnectIDs are stored, a dropdown list showing the saved Connect IDs will bedisplayed, along with a Remove From List link allowing you to delete aConnect ID from the list. The field will always display the Connect ID of thelast user to log in. To select a different Connect ID, simply choose it from thedropdown list.Continued on Next page Internal5

Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds TransferLogging on to Web Business BankingStep5(Continued)ActionPress the [ENTER] key or click on the Login button.Result: One of the following two results will occur:1. The News page will load. Proceed to step 10.2. The Change Password page will load.6Enter your existing password in the Web Password field.7Enter a new password in the New Password field.8Re-enter the new password in the Confirm New Password field.9Press the [ENTER] key OR click on the Login button.10Result: The News page will load.A login- authenticate page will appearAs an added security feature you must authenticate yourself in order toaccess Web Business BankingEnter the one time password that is generated by your authentication device and pressthe [ENTER] key or click on the Login button11Review your messages available under News.12Enjoy Web Business BankingView User ProfileThe View User Profile page allows you to view the Service and System Administrationrights assigned to you by a System Administrator.System Administration RightsIn order to administer specific functions within Web Business Banking (e.g.Add/Modify/Delete Users), various System Administration rights can be assigned. TheSystem Administration profile, displayed on your User Profile, identifies which SystemAdministration Rights have been assigned to you.Continued on Next page Internal6

Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds TransferService RightsIn order to access a registered service and its functions, you must be assigned theappropriate Service Rights. The service profiles, displayed on your User Profile, identifywhich Service Rights have been assigned to you. The following provides a briefexplanation of the rights available within the new EFT service:1. Originator Access: Within the service, you will only be able to access information(e.g. templates, reports, etc.) for Originators to which you have been granted access.2. Ability to Maintain Originator Information: Allows you to maintain yourCompany’s Originator information (e.g. Company Name, Return Account).3. Ability to Maintain Payment Templates: Allows you to maintain your Company’spayment Templates.4. Ability to Add/Modify/Delete Groups and Rates: Allows you to maintain yourCompany’s Rates and Groups.5. Ability to Make/Import Payments: Allows you to initiate payments for yourCompany.6. Ability to Authorize Payments: Allows you to authorize payments for yourCompany.7. Ability to Authorize Own Payments: Allows you to authorize payments, which youcreated/last modified.View User Profile(Continued)To view your user profile, proceed as follows:Step Action1Click on Administration from the top horizontal menu bar.2Click on View User Profile from the left vertical menu bar.3Click on the Electronic Funds Transfer Originator Access link under theElectronic Funds Transfer Rights heading.Result: The News page will be displayed.Result: The View User Profile page will be displayed.Note: If the Electronic Funds Transfer Rights heading is not displayed thenplease contact your System Administrator.Result: The Electronic Funds Transfer Rights page will be displayed.Continued on Next page Internal7

Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds Transfer4Review your Electronic Funds Transfer Rights to ensure you have beenassigned the correct Originators and Service Rights.Note: If you have access to more than 100 Originators, then a Next link willbe available allowing you to view the additional Originators.5Click on Back button to return to the View User Profile page.6Review your System Administration Rights to ensure you have been grantedthe appropriate rights.7Assigned Authentication Device.Result: The View User Profile page will be displayed.Note: You must activate the device to be able to Authenticate Payments. If anAuthentication device has been assigned to you, the following two fields willappear below the Connect ID field on the screen:1. Authentication Device Serial.2. Authentication Device Status.8Contact your System Administrator if additional rights need to be assigned.Setting up your Company’s Originator InformationIn order for your Company to use the WBB-EFT service, TD must assigned at least oneOriginator to your Company. Each Originator has several properties that control whattypes of payments can be initiated and how the TD EFT system will process them. Someof these properties are maintained by TD, while others can be maintained by you and yourCompany.Properties that you can maintain include:Company Name: This name is included with every outgoing payment and may appear asthe transaction description on the Payee/Payor’s bank statement.Company Short Name: This name is also included with every outgoing payment andmay appear as the transaction description on the Payee/Payor’s bank statement.Return Account: Identifies the account to which returned payments will be charged back.Note: Depending on the Financial Institution that receives the payment; either theCompany Name or Company Short Name will appear on the Payee/Payor’s bankstatement.Continued on Next page Internal8

Getting Started Guide: Electronic Funds TransferTip: The Company Name, Company Short Name and Return Account information defaultto information setup by TD. This default information will update automatically wheneverTD updates the Originator Information. Once you enter your own information, automaticupdates will no longer occur. This will ensure that a change TD makes does not overwritethe information you entered. In the event that you want to return to the default values,simply blank out the fields and click the Save button and the defaults will be restoredSetting up your Company’s Originator Information(Continued)The process to maintain Company Originator Information has 5 steps:StepAction1Access the Originator Maintenance page by clicking Originator Maintenancefrom the Electronic Funds Transfer menu.2Select the Originator you wish to maintain and click the Modify button.3Update the Company Name as required.4Update the Return Account Information as required.5Click the Save button to save the updated information.Result: The Originator Maintenance – Modify page will be displayed with theselected Company Originator displayed.Note: The Company Name defaults to the Originator Name defined by TD.Note: The Return Account Transit and Account Number default to the ContraAccount defined by TD.Note: If you want to cancel your changes, click the Cancel button and you willbe returned to the Originator Maintenance page.Result: You will be returned to the Originator Maintenance page. WheneverOriginator information is updated, all new payments initiated from the MakePayments – Workspace page will use the updated information.Caution: Payments already in Progress will not be updated.De