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Can a new bank account have a closed bank account s routing and checking number?


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2012-06-03 22:57:55
2012-06-03 22:57:55

Banks do not use the same checking account number twice. The routing number is the same for many accounts as it is a geographical designation of where your bank/branch is located.

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Your bank routing number is on the left side of the checking account and the checking account is next to it.

The National City checking account routing number is: 041000124.

You can try to contact the bank that the account is with by searching the internet with the routing number. However, it is not likely that they will give you that information for privacy reasons.

One locates their checking account number at the bottom of ones check. There are three individual numbers including a routing number, account number and a checking number. The middle account number will be the same if a card is linked to the account.

The ABA number is the routing number for your checking account with your bank. The ABA number will be located at the bottom of your check on the left side. It is a nine digit number series.

The routing number will need to be provided to the service you are using to transfer money. The website will prompt you to enter the routing number and account numbers as needed.

The Bank Routing number and the Checking Account number.

Normally to find the routing number on business checks, look to the bottom left hand corner of the check. The first nine numbers are the Banks Routing Transit Number known as the "RTN". The routing numbers are surrounded by a symbol similar to two colons with a small horizontal line. The checking account number follows the RTN and then the individual check number. In some cases the order of the checking account number and the check number are reversed.

They are located on the bottom of your checks. First set of numbers in the bottom left are your "routing number" to your bank. The second set of numbers is the checking account number. The third set of numbers is the actual check number (should match the number in the top right corner.)

Every person's bank account has a different routing number. Your routing number can be found in your check book by your account number.

In order to open a checking account one must have identification such as a driver's license. A person must also have a social security number. This information is used to open the account. The account information shown on the checks will include the name and address of the account holder, the account number and bank routing number.

Your bank routing number can be found on the bottom of your checks. It is the number that comes directly before your checking account numbers. You can also call your bank and ask for this information.

The routing number can be found by googling your banks name (*** banks routing number) or on your checks, Your account number should be located on your check book or savings account ledger.

The routing number for accounts opened in Arizona is 122100024. This information is also available to the left of your checking account number at the bottom of your checks and will always be nine digits if from a US bank.

The routing number is the first set of numbers found on the left side bottom part of a check. *Do not use the routing number that is found on the checking account deposit slip.

Where is the bank routing number on personal checks

The Routing Number is the first set of numbers before the bank account number.

Routing Number: 9 Digits Account Number: Depends on Bank

The routing number is 061000052 for GA an account.

Just opened an account in GA with that routing number.

ABA (American Banker's Association) is the banks routing number. It's the address to the bank. DDA (Demand Deposit Account) is your account number at the bank. It's the address to your account.

There is no routing number on a credit or debit card, just the card account number. The routing number is only needed on checks.

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