In order to be able to transfer money from one account to another, a routing number is needed to settle the transaction. If you’re not sure on what your BECU routing number is or where to find yours, continue reading below to see what it is and where you can find it.
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BECU Routing Number
|BECU Routing Number|
How to Find Your BECU Routing Number
A routing number directs funds to the proper bank during a transaction, it’s a way to identify check-processing endpoints. You should be able to see your nine-digit routing number on the lower-left corner of your checks.
When You Will Need Your BECU Routing Number
You’re going to be using your BECU Routing number for different purposes like setting up automatic transactions, as well as other services:
- Direct deposits
- Automatic payments
- Tax refunds and payments
- Automatic transfers between bank accounts
- Mortgage payments
Different Routing Numbers for Wire Transfers
Wire transfers have fees and they use a different set of numbers. In order to make a wire transfer domestically, you’ll need to use your BECU bank routing number:
|Domestic Wire Transfer ABA||325081403|
|International Wire Transfer||59 Beneficiary ABA: //FW325081403|
While SWIFT numbers are routing numbers for international transactions between banks. They have eight to eleven digits with letters and numbers, unlike the routing number.
For example, if you work overseas and want to send money from your international account to a US, you’ll need a SWIFT code. Just call your bank or visit its website to find the SWIFT code for an international wire transfer.
Routing numbers are nine-digit codes that enables banks to identify the location of your bank account. It’s important to know what your BECU routing number is for certain transactions.
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