Plaid denies misleading customers, using trademarks unfairly after TD Bank lawsuit

TORONTO -- Plaid Inc. denies it has used TD Bank's logo to dupe customers into handing over personal information that the U.S.-based data company could monetize and says it's disappointed a TD subsidiary has filed a lawsuit against it.

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