Citizens Bank routing numbers vary by state and are different if you’re completing a wire transfer. Each number is as follows:
|State||Routing Number||Wire Transfer RTN|
Remember, you must use the routing number from the state where you opened the account, not your current location.
What Is a Routing Number?
A routing number is basically a sequential address for a bank. Each routing number is nine digits long and is used to identify which U.S. bank is performing a transaction. Routing numbers are also called:
- ABA routing numbers.
- Routing transit numbers.
A routing number can be used for a variety of different financial transactions including:
- Paying taxes.
- Direct deposits.
- Automatic bill payments.
- Electronic funds withdrawals.
- Transferring money between banks.
- Online and ACH (automated clearing house) payments.
- Processing checks.
- Wire transfers.
With each transaction, the routing number helps to identify which financial institution is sending money, receiving money, or both.
Where Can You Find Your Citizens Bank Routing Number?
There are a few different ways to find your Citizens Bank routing number.
The first, and easiest, is to look at one of your checks. Your routing number will be the nine digits in the bottom far-left-hand corner of the check and should have your account number and check number to its right.
If you don’t have a check handy, you can log into your online banking account and click on “Details” under one of your checking accounts. You can also contact their customer service by using the direct email option in the contact portion of their website or calling them on at (800) 922-9999. You may need to answer a few security questions, but after that, you should be able to request your routing number without an issue.
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