What Is My Golden 1 Routing Number?
If you’re a member of Golden 1 Credit Union your routing number is most likely 321175261. However, there are four branches with different numbers:
|The branch located at 1328 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San Mateo, CA||Routing number: 321076289|
|The branch located at 8379 Church St., Gilroy, CA||Routing number: 321178022|
|The branch located at 1273 N. Davis Rd., Salinas, CA||Routing number: 321175753|
|The branch located at 2298 Lombard St., San Francisco, CA||Routing number: 321076289|
While the general rule of thumb dictates that you should always use the routing number from the location at which you originally opened your account, Golden 1 bank specifically recommends that members use the primary routing number for most transactions.
What Is a Routing Number?
While your personal financial numbers — such as your checking, savings, or credit card numbers — represent your own bank accounts, a routing number identifies the larger financial institution that is performing a financial transaction for you.
A routing number is also known as:
- An ABA routing number.
- A routing transit number.
- An RTN.
You can use your bank’s routing number to perform several different financial transactions including:
- Online and ACH (automated clearing house) payments.
- Processing checks.
- Paying taxes.
- Wire transfers.
- Direct deposits.
- Electronic funds withdrawals.
- Transferring money between banks.
- Automatic bill payments.
Where Can You Find Your Golden 1 Routing Number?
You can locate your Golden 1 routing number a few different ways. First and easiest, you can find the number on the bottom left-hand side of the front of your checks. It is the nine-digit number all the way to the left and should have an account number and a check number to its right.
You can also find the number on Golden 1’s website under the “How to Enroll” portion of their direct deposit page.
Finally, you can contact the credit union directly by calling them at (877) GOLDEN 1 — that is, (877) 465-3361 — or by emailing them at [email protected] You may have to answer a few security questions, but you should be able to request the routing number without an issue.
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