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Your bank routing number is a 9-digit code used to identify a financial institution in a transaction. It's based on the location of the bank where your account was opened. It is also referred to as an RTN , a routing transit number or an ABA routing number and can be easily be found printed on the bottom left side of your check.How do you find a bank name from a routing number?
Search Federal Reserve Database. To find the name and location of a bank from the routing number, use the Federal Reserve's "Fedwire" directory (see Resources). Input your routing number into the appropriate box and hit "earch.". There are also some non-government websites that use this information from the Federal Reserve to create a list of all banks and routing numbers.How do you verify a routing number?
Verify a Routing Number With a Financial Institution. The easiest and most direct method of verifying a routing number involves contacting the financial institution that the number reportedly belongs to. If you have received a check, or have taken down a check's information over the phone or online, then you should have the financial institution's name. Call and confirm the routing number.