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Did you use a TD Coin Counting Machine between January 1, 2013 and May 25, 2016? If so, apply now to receive money from the class action settlement.

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Slow pace of regulatory reform to protect investors and absence of investor representation at new securities regulator highlighted in Ontario Securities Commission's Investor Advisory Panel annual report.

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A class action was commenced in Ontario on behalf of residents of Canada who used coin counting machines at The Toronto Dominion Bank (“TD Bank”) alleging that the machines did not properly count the deposited coins. A settlement of the class action has been reached with TD Bank for $555,000. The settlement is subject to court approval. The settlement is not an admission of liability, fault, or wrongdoing.

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