Paying bills online, setting up direct deposit and receiving a wire transfer are just a few of the situations that require the use of your financial institution’s routing number. Without routing numbers, funds wouldn’t have a clear electronic road map to get where they need to go.
UCCU Routing Number
Here is your Utah Community Credit Union routing number:
|UCCU Routing Number|
What Is a Routing Number?
A routing number — also known as an ABA number or routing transit number — features a sequence of nine digits that help banks identify the financial institution associated with a specific account.
For example, when you set up a direct deposit authorization with your employer, you’ll need to provide not only your checking or savings account number but also your financial institution’s routing number, so that your employer’s bank can route your paycheck to the correct location.
Where Can I Find My UCCU Routing Number?
You can locate your Utah Community Credit Union routing number on a check by referencing the first string of numbers printed on the bottom, on the left side. Other options for locating a bank’s routing number include visiting its website or calling it directly to request the number.
Where Can I Find My UCCU Account Number?
You can log in to the credit union’s online banking platform or mobile banking app to look up your UCCU account number.
Banks Can Have Multiple Routing Numbers
Although UCCU only has one routing number, larger banks might have more than one. Routing numbers can change, too. For example, when banks merge, sometimes older routing numbers become obsolete.
Before sending a wire transfer, it’s always a good idea to confirm the routing number with the receiving bank or credit union because some financial institutions have separate routing numbers for different types of transactions.
Information is accurate as of Jan. 17, 2023.
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