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Get the Wells Fargo Routing Number
Your Wells Fargo routing number is based on the type of account you have, where you opened your account, and the type of transaction you are making.
Reasons you may need this number:
- Wire Transfer of Money
- Make a Direct Deposit
- Online Banking Transaction
- Phone Transaction
Wells Fargo Routing Numbers
The location where you opened your first account with Wells Fargo determines your routing number.
Wells Fargo has a different routing number for different states and territories.
However, some states/territories share the same routing numbers such as American Forces abroad, California, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, and Puerto Rico.
WELLS FARGO ROUTING NUMBERS
District of Columbia
Texas – El Paso
North Mariana Islands
American Forces Abroad
Wells Fargo Wire Routing Number
If you need to make a quick cash transaction from one location to another, a wire transfer is one way to get it done.
In some cases, the funds are available to the receiving party within a few minutes.
Wells Fargo has a separate routing number for wire transfers.
Wells Fargo Line of Credit Routing Numbers
The Wells Fargo routing number for a line of credit is based on the first 3 digits of the customer’s account number.
WELLS FARGO LINE OF CREDIT ROUTING NUMBERS
650, 651, or 654
661, 662, or 663
Note: Southern California residents may use the number on this chart or the number provided by their institution (which may be different.)
Wells Fargo Line Command Asset Program and EasyPay Card
Depending on the transaction you need to make, the following are the routing numbers for the Wells Fargo Command Asset Program and Wells Fargo EasyPay Card.
Where is the Wells Fargo routing number on my checks?
Your Wells Fargo routing number is at the bottom of your checks.
It is located in this same place for all banks.
It can be easy to confuse the purpose of each set of numbers on the bottom of your checks.
The image below identifies the purpose of each group of numbers. The routing number is the first group of numbers.
What is a routing number?
A bank routing number is a 9 digit code printed on the bottom of checks that is used for electronic routing to different clearing/processing centers.
Every bank has its own unique routing number, which is used to identify a specific institution.
The purpose of the routing number is to be able to identify between banks when money transfers take place between financial institutions, as well as for identification purposes in online banking.
For this reason, it is important to use the correct routing number to ensure your money is being transferred to the correct bank.
Before you complete any important financial transactions, verify all routing number information with your bank.
Many times you will see something that says ABA Routing Number, which stands for American Bankers Association Routing Number.
The American Bankers Association is a trade association for the U.S. banking industry. It is located in Washington D.C. and is considered to be the largest financial trade group in the United States.
The purpose of the ABA is to lobby for all banks, including charter banks, regional and money center banks, community banks, savings associations, trust companies, and mutual savings banks.
This organization offers resources for bankers, and members of the financial services in the United States, such as training, news, certification, advocacy, community, and research.
A routing number may also referred to as an RTN, which stands for Routing Transit Number.
Where can I get other routing numbers besides the Wells Fargo routing number?
If you need to find a routing number for any bank the ABA provides a master list of bank routing numbers for consumers.
All you need is the exact name of your institution and the city and state of its location.
How do I use the Wells Fargo app?
Another way to get or verify the routing number is through your online banking account if you have one set up.
Follow these steps:
- Log in
- Go to your account home page
- Click “Show More Detail”
- Click “Routing Numbers”
You should now be at the screen showing the routing numbers for electronic payments, direct deposits, and domestic transfers.
Wells Fargo services you may not know about
Wells Fargo offers a variety of financial services, some you may not know about, that can help you prepare your monthly and long-term financial plan.
Some of these services include:
- Banking Accounts
- Checking Accounts
- Savings Accounts
- Loans and Credit
- Mortgage Loans
- Personal Loans
- Credit Cards
- Reward Credit Cards
- Investing and Retirement
- Wealth Management
- Rewards and Benefits
- Go Far® Rewards
- Financial Education
- Tips about basic finances, education loans, credit management, buying a home, retirement, investing, and more
You can learn more about each of these services on the Wells Fargo website.
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