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TD Canada Trust has an app in FaceBook

Its a low risk decent value application, and its just heartening to see TD in FaceBook.  Thanks William at NetBanker for the tip.  There are 71 users who have added this app so far.

Facebook | SPLIT IT by TD Canada Trust

Welcome to the SPLIT IT by TD Canada Trust application – a no-hassle, budget-sharing tool that enables you to share bills with your roommates. SPLIT IT makes it easy to determine who owes what, view your balances, and keep on top of your payment dates.

It’s easy to use: Invite your roommates to participate and start sharing bills and expenses such as rent, water, gas and food!

The TD Canada Trust SPLIT IT application appears on your facebook profile, but ONLY YOU can see the bills. No one visiting your profile will be able to see any financial details of your SPLIT IT account.

Incidentally I searched FB apps for other Banks, but their search is not reliable.  I searched for TD and even this app did not show up.  So if there are other Banks or Credit Unions in FB, I would greatly appreciate if you could leave a comment here, so we can catalogue them.

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Written by Colin Henderson

August 16, 2007 at 21:40

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  1. Hello there. This is a great post. Thanks to William at Netbanker, too, as that’s how i found your blog.

    The facebook search function is not great, but another way you might access it is to use Google’s advanced search functions. Click on Advanced and then you’ll see that you can search only a specific site. There are loads of advanced operators that might help you.

    Also, i found you because i have a Google Alert on key terms i’m interested in. Powerful tool you might to check out as well. I just wrote about these sorts of tools in an article on MarketingProfs (i’ll attach link here, but feel free to delete). Blogging Baby Steps was what i called the article, but i don’t mean to imply that you need the tips, but there were some useful info-gathering tools that i mentioned.

    TJ McCue

    August 16, 2007 at 22:48

  2. I think this app may only be available to Canadian Facebook users. Trying to confirm…

    William Azaroff

    August 17, 2007 at 09:15

  3. Jim just confirmed that he could install the app, so it’s not just available to Canadians.

    William Azaroff

    August 17, 2007 at 10:34

  4. Thanks William … who will be the first Credit Union? …..


    August 17, 2007 at 11:31

  5. You can imagine which CU I hope will be…

    William Azaroff

    August 17, 2007 at 18:46

  6. RBC has a facebook group too, which launched at the same time as TD… RBC Campus Connection. The site just has promotions, contests, scholarships and the like… no apps as of yet.


    August 23, 2007 at 09:38

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