Here’s Your EverBank Routing Number

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Routing numbers are crucial components of the financial universe. You might not think about them much, but routing numbers are constantly in use, identifying from where and to where funds are transferred. In this piece, you will learn what your EverBank routing number is.

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EverBank Routing Numbers

The routing numbers EverBank uses are:

EverBank Routing Numbers
Bank Routing Number 063092110
Wire Transfer Routing Number 063000225

Some banks use different routing numbers for different functions. In EverBank’s case, wire transfers have their own, specially designated routing number. You would use the bank routing number for actions such as paying a bill online.

What Is a Routing Number?

Banks use routing numbers to identify each other. Routing numbers have nine digits that contain chunks of information that confirm the identities of the financial institutions involved in banking transactions. The history of routing numbers stretches back over a century. The American Bankers Association formerly introduced them back in 1910. Originally used to identify check processing endpoints, the routing number now serves a variety of functions, including online payment processing.

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Can Banks Have Multiple Routing Numbers?

Yes, banks can use multiple routing numbers. Although EverBank doesn’t use different routing numbers for different states the way bigger banks like Wells Fargo and Citibank do, it reserves a routing number for wire transfers. Many banks use only one routing number.

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How Do You Find a Routing Number on a Check?

Checks contain three numbers printed across the bottom: Routing number, account number and check number. The routing number is on the lower-left corner of the check. Then comes the account number and lastly, the check number. These numbers indicate where a check’s funds are coming from.

What Is the Routing Number for International Transfers?

SWIFT codes, also known as bank identifier codes, identify banks globally, which facilitates foreign wire transfers. EverBank’s SWIFT code is:

EverBank SWIFT Code

Essentially, SWIFT codes function as routing numbers for international transfers.

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