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Free ABA Bank Routing Number Search
Our checks by phone, fax and online system does an automatic bank routing number verification before creating new checks. We maintain an updated database of all banks that participate in the Federal ACH program.
As a courtesy to all merchants (not just our Vcheck customers), you may use the form below to verify a 9 digit ABA routing number.
Please note, the Fed database is not branch/location specific. Each routing number is assigned to the main corporate or branch address which is the address that will be returned. Also, this database only applies to banks and credit unions that have an ABA number. Many money market or investment type accounts (even tough they issue checks) don't have an ABA recognized routing number.
If you click the Lookup button and no bank data is returned, it means there is no entry in the database for that routing number. Simply refresh/reload this page and try again - and make sure you are entering in exactly 9 digits. If so, it means it is not a valid ABA routing number.