Dwayne Schmidt right), the TD Canada Trust Langley Centre branch manager, and AJ Chhabra, the manager of customer service, demonstrate the branch’s new coin counter.

TD coin counter now available in Langley

It’s now more convenient than ever for British Columbians to cash in the change they have saved up at home.

TD Canada Trust is installing more than 300 automatic coin counter machines in branches across Canada this year, including 56 in B.C., building the biggest coin counter network across any financial institution in the country.

The new coin counters will be available to personal banking customers at no fee, and to business customers and the general public at a competitive rate.

The state of the art machines sort change and print a receipt, which can be cashed or deposited into a TD Canada Trust account at the teller.

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