For domestic and international wire transfers, the Chase bank routing number is 021000021
What is a Routing Number?
A routing number (also known as ABA which stands for American Bankers Association or RTN which stands for Routing Transit Number) is a nine-digit number that is used by banks or other financial institutions to identify where your account was opened in order to send or receive money.
Each bank will have its own specific routing number assigned to them to reduce the chances of miscommunication. In cases where the wrong routing number was provided during the transfer, it can cause your transaction to be delayed, or denied, and if it was approved, it could be transferred to the wrong account.
Chase Routing Numbers For Local & International Wire Transfer
|Wire Transfer Numbers
|Domestic Wire Transfer
|International Wire Transfer to Chase Account in the US
|New York (Downstate)
|New York (Upstate)
How To Find Your Chase Routing Number on a Check
To find your Chase routing number on your check, all you need to do is see the "bottom-left corner" of your check.
The routing number on a check for most banks in the U.S. is situated at the bottom-left corner, followed by an account number and a check number.
How To Find Your Chase Routing Number Online?
Double-check your routing number with both your bank and the recipient.
You can find the Chase routing number online by:
Why do I need a routing number?
You need a routing number to ensure that all of your transactions are transferred to the right destination securely.
Your routing number can also be used for other banking activities such as bill payments, direct deposits, and automated online payments.
How do I find my Chase Routing number?
Is '021000021' a Chase routing number?