A routing number is used for billing the bank account paying by check. The bank routing number and account number are printed at the bottom of every check. The standard format is a 9-digit number (example: 101010101).
The ABA number which designates the institution the instrument is drawn off of.
an identification number assigned to each Financial Institution and each branch office
a nine-digit number (eight digits and one check digit) that uniquely identifies a financial institution
a series of nine numbers
a unique, bank-identifying number that directs electronic ACH deposits to the proper bank
a unique number, which identifies our financial institution from all others
A nine-digit identification number assigned to financial institutions. This is the identification number of the financial institution where funds are coming from to make a loan payment or where funds are going to for a disbursement. This number will usually be the first nine numbers along the bottom of a check.
A nine digit number unique to each bank within the United States banking system. The Routing number is used to facilitate electronic payments (wires, ACH transfers) through the Federal Reserve Bank.
The federal reserve identification number for a bank or other financial institution. This number can be obtained from the financial institution and is printed on all checks.
See " ABA Routing Number."
A routing number is a nine-digit number that identifies a financial institution. The routing number is printed on checks and is used to route all financial transactions (like transferring money into or out of Prosper) to the appropriate bank. This number appears on your personal checks in the lower left corner.
The number associated with a financial institution for the purpose of processing payments. Also referred to as an ABA routing number or bank routing number.
A nine digit number (eight digits and a check digit) that identifies a specific financial institution. Also referred to as the ABA number or Routing/Transit number. » Sending Point A processing site from which entries are transmitted to the ACH Operator. It may be the ODFI on its own behalf or a financial institution or private data processing service bureau on behalf of the ODFI.
The routing number is an eleven-digit number (beginning with an “R”) that DSP assigns to each submitted routing form in order to track and identify individual routing forms. The routing number is an internal University of Iowa number and is not used by sponsors.