What is a US ABA Routing Number?

US ABA Routing Number

The domestic US ABA Routing Number is also sometimes called the Routing Transit Number (RTN), Electronic Routing Number or Checking Routing Number. It is the domestic code used to identify banks in the United States and is required along with the Account Number, Bank Name and recipient details to perform a transfer through WorldRemit.

The domestic US ABA Routing Number is 9 digits-long and composed of numbers only. It can usually be found on the bottom left hand corner of your recipient’s checks or on their recent bank statement.

Please note, that this is not the Fedwire Code or a wire code used for traditional international transfers.

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