If you’re a member of Union Bank, your routing number varies depending on what you’re trying to do and where you are located:
|122000496||For wire transfers and direct deposit at all locations and check processing in California, Georgia, and Illinois|
|026005050||For check processing in New York|
|122000496, 123000068||For check processing in Oregon|
|122000496, 125000118||For check processing in Washington|
|111026041||For check processing in Texas|
When ordering checks, you should choose the number based on the branch where you originally opened the account.
What Is a Routing Number?
If you’re wondering why you need a routing number in addition to things like your check, credit card, and account numbers, it’s because routing numbers serve as digital addresses for financial institutions. They can also be called:
- Routing transit numbers.
- ABA routing numbers.
Routing numbers are used for many different transactions such as:
- Online and ACH (automated clearing house) payments.
- Processing checks.
- Electronic funds withdrawals.
- Paying taxes.
- Wire transfers.
- Direct deposits.
- Transferring money between banks.
- Automatic bill payments.
The routing number helps to identify what bank is initiating or receiving funds in a particular transaction.
Where Can You Find Your Union Bank Routing Number?
A routing number is always nine digits long and you can find it in the bottom left-hand corner of your checks next to your account and check numbers.
In addition, you can find most of the routing number information directly on Union Bank’s website. You can also:
- Call customer service at (800) 238-4486.
- Log into your online banking portal.
- Log in and send an email to customer service.
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