Chase Bank Routing Number
Chase Bank routing number are the nine digit code that is provide by the bank , used by the US banks. It appears at the bottom of the financial instruments such as checks, to know the institution on which it was drawn.
This code was designed to ease the sorting, bundling, and shipment process of paper checks back to the drawer’s (check writer’s) account. The bank routing number is derived from the bank’s transit number originated by the American Bankers Association, which designed it in 1910. So, it is also known as ABA keys. Chase bank also offer the bank routing number to enhance the banking procedure. The American Bank Association (ABA) routing/transit number and your Chase account number can be known from a voided check presented to the bank.
Chase bank liquid customers can find their account number and bank routing number online by:
- Go to the website www.chase.com.
- Click on the “Customer Center” tab.
- There click on the “Set Up Direct Deposit” link.
You can know about the Chase bank routing numbers from the website chase.com. All the things that you want to know about routing numbers
The bank routing number differs from state to state. You can even check the bank routing numbers by selecting the region that corresponds to the account where you had opened your account like:
California – 322271627
Colorado – 102001017
Connecticut – 021100361
Illinois – 071000013.
Indiana – 074000010
Kentucky – 083000137
Louisiana – 065400137
New York – Downstate -021000021
New York – Upstate -022300173
Ohio – 044000037
Oklahoma – 103000648
Oregon – 325070760
Utah – 124001545
Washington – 325070760
West Virginia – 051900366
Wisconsin – 075000019
These are the lists of Chase bank routing numbers of different states of the United States. Routing numbers help you know about the check that you have drawn and in case of any mistake or misinformation that number helps in bringing back the check to the drawer i.e. You.
If you need more information and details about Chase routing number, then contact the Customer Support or Contact Center of the bank. Refer to the other articles too. Call at 1-800-247-7338 and the representatives from Chase Bank will tell you your ABA/routing number.