What is a bank routing number?

A bank routing number is a unique nine-digit identifier that sets your bank apart from all others. While each bank or financial institution has a unique routing number, some banks have multiple routing numbers that are associated with different services or departments. A routing number for mortgage accounts, for example, may be different from routing numbers for savings accounts if these products are provided by different divisions within the same bank.

Why do I need to know my bank routing number?

You need your bank routing number to deposit funds into, or withdraw funds from, your account. The bank routing number and your account number together provide the information that is needed to be able to locate transactions within a specific account at a particular institution. If either of these numbers is missing or incorrect, it will be impossible to associate transactions with your account, resulting in lost funds or declined charges.

How can I find my bank routing number on my checks?

Your bank routing number is the first set of numbers that begins at the lower left margin of your check or deposit slip. This set of numbers is followed by a space, which is followed by your unique account number.

What can I do if I do not know my bank's routing number?

You can go to the website https://rtn.one and enter the full name of your bank in the search box. It is best to know your account type if you wish to avoid confusing your branch with another department within your bank.

You can check if you have the correct routing number by entering it in the search form below and verifying which bank branch is associated with your routing number. For example: 256074974

Enter the full or partial name of the Bank or Routing Number to find details you need.

For example : First national, NBH, Citizens, South
Or: 063112906, 053208066, 021300912