Your Bank of America routing number is a nine- digit code that’s based on the U.S Bank location where your account was opened. Its the first set of numbers printed on bottom of check, on the Left hand side. You can also find it by entering your Banks name on the Search Bar in these Website.
The Bank of America Routing Numbers generally appears in the bottom left hand corner of the cheque. It is the First set of numbers and just to the right of the Routing number is your account number and the account number is generally followed by the number of that specific check.
The routing number can have two format — Fraction form and MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) form. Essentially, they contain the same information. The most commonly used form of 2020 is the MICR form.
If you use your bank’s Direct deposit form, you will likely need your employer’s address and banks routing number. This is the nine-digit number, also known as the American Bankers Association- or ABA- number, printed on your Bank statement or along the bottom left of your checks.
To find your number , you can call the bank’s costumer service department and the representative can give you the Routing Number. You also can check your bank’s online system. Some banks list the routing number for their various branches on their website so you can find the routing number without logging in.
Routing number are unique to each bank and no two banks will have the same number. Large financial Institution may have multiple Routing numbers, so you will want to ensure you get the correct number that is specific to the location where you opened your Account.