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The US has about 88 routing numbers. Kindly tell me what your bank is so that I can provide you with the correct routing number.

Bank of America routing number is different for different US states.

042000013-This is the routing number for the entire state.

Bank of America, N. A.

I think that is the US Treasury Routing Number

US Bank. Bank of America is incorrect.

Yes, the bank key is the same as the routing number for banks located in the United States. The routing number can be found on check and account statements.

ABA is also known as the routing number of the bank branch. If the transfer is international (from outside the US), the ABA routing number is not applicable. However, if the wire transfer is coming in, from outside the US, to the US, then the ABA Routing Number would be applicable. The routing number is usually found on your checkbook. Alternatively, you should call your bank branch for it.

US banks have a single domestic routing number. TD's is 011400071.

Routing bank is the same as the sort code. UK banks use the sort code while the US banks use the routing number.

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.

US Bank - Wisconsin - Bank routing numbers, also referred to as Routing Transit Numbers (RTN) are used to identify a financial institution in a transaction. Some banks may have multiple routing numbers to serve different regions or branches.

There isn't one. Mexican banks use swift code and 18 digit clabe number. For international transfers, clabe number and swift code are used. Some Mexican banks will provide you with a routing number. That routing number belongs to a US bank that is used as a middleman.

Look at the bottom left corner of your checks. If you have a Personal account the first sequence of numbers, usually a nine-digit number, is your ABA (American Bankers Association) routing number. If you have a Business account the ABA number will follow the six-digit check number at the bottom of the check. The ABA number is also known as a Routing and Transit Number, RTN, or bank number. It was established by the American Bankers Association to identify the accountholder's bank

Routing numbers are not the same as IBAN or Swift codes. IBAN codes are international bank account numbers usually used in Europe. Swift Codes are used for bank transfers, usually for international transfers. A routing number is the nine digit number used in the US to name a financial institutions.

Wells Fargo routing number is different for different states of Us. The number you mentioned in the question is not a routing number.

Canada uses Institution numbers, not routing numbers. RBC's institution number is 003 For US transactions that require routing numbers, RBC reps provide 021000021. This is a JPMorgan routing number as RBC wires go through JPMorgan. However there are 2 other routing numbers which are attributed to RBC: 026004093 in New York and 066010694 in Miami. How and when these are appropriate routing numbers to use appears to be a mystery. Update: Although RBC does not seem to endorse this, it is necessary to use routing number 026004093 to receive US dollar ACH transfers from Amazon or PayPal. If you try to use 021000021 (routing number provided by RBC), PayPal and Amazon will identify it as a Canadian bank, and they do not support US dollar transfers to Canadian banks (they will want to exchange to Canadian first). If you use 026004093, it seems they see it as a US-based US dollar account, and it works fine.

ABA-American Bankers Association Routing Number. Its not applicable in India and hence SBI does not ABA routing Number. However ABAs of State Bank of India in US: SBI, California : 1220-3934-4 SBI, Newyork: 0260-0914-0

In the US, if you write a check, it has your bank account number, bank routing number and most likely your address. So giving out your bank account number is not any more dangerous than writing a check. Old answer: IF you do not know them do not give out your personal information to anyone.

It is a number usually found on a check, it tells you which Federal Reserve Bank it is in route to, THE US HAS 12 OF THESE STRANGE CODES.

You can find routing numbers here - is a description of someone using a routing number here - the example above, they used the routing number of the US branch of the Canadian bank. Following the same format, the answer to your question is then:026002532 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA ONE LIBERTY PLAZA,NEW YORK, NY 10006-0000These codes are also sometimes called swift codes or ABA codes.

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