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The transit number is the same as the routing number, which is usually the set of nine digits found on the bottom left of a personal check.
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The branch number is a six digit number in the upper right hand corner of your checks, usually under the check number.
For credit unions simply goto the following website & select your state or enter city & state. Then click find. The charter numbers for credit unions are listed on the left. h…ttp://www.ncua.gov/indexdata.HTML
You cannot find a specific bank with only an account number. However, you can find a bank if you have the routing number.
In Australia each branch has its own BSB number. Often, a single type of account - regardless of branch, such as home loans or personal loans - will share a unique BSB number.… The format of the BSB number is as follows: The First two digits specify the parent financial institution, the third digit specifies the state where the branch is located and the fourth, fifth and sixth digits specify the branch. For example, the BSB 033088 actually breaks down into the following. 03 = Westpac Banking Corporation 3 = Victoria 088 = 383 Chapel Street, Prahran Your BSB numbers for personal accounts is normally attached to your bank statement and is usually (but not always) printed before your account number. The only web site that updates their data daily (I work in a bank) is www.bsbnumbers.com where you can conduct a search of your number, or find your BSB numbers via other known variables.
It is nearly impossible to find someone with a bank account number. Obtaining another persons account number is considered a crime.
For Routing Number of any banks of USA and Canada find it here at http://bankroutingnumber.us/Transit/
I am not certain but the earlier answer is definitely wrong. This is because Pakistani transit codes have 7 digits, unlike US codes, which have 9. In addition, Pakistani codes… are institution-based, unlike US codes, which are geographic. For example, the code for any bank in Pakistan will be first 3 digits for bank and last 4 for branch. An example is City Branch, UBL Karachi, where I bank: 0860605. All branches of UBL nationwide would start with 086, and each branch would have different last 4 digits. In contrast, in USA, all codes are based on Federal Reserve zone, so UBL New York would start with 02 plus 7 digits and UBL Los Angeles (if it existed) would start with 12.
B of A in Toronto is only a corporate office- not a bank- hence no transit number......
It is normally on the bank card however if you have problems you can go to your bank and ask them for the card number.
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It is the routing number, not the account number, that identifies the bank.
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Yes you can find your bank routing number on checks that banks had provided you.
Bank routing numbers can be found on a check next to the account number or found on some websites. Many websites also offer lists of routing numbers for various banks, or alte…rnatively just ask in your bank.