BANK OF COLORADO routing number
What is a routing number ?
A routing transit number (RTN), routing number, or ABA number is a nine digit bank code (in this case 107002448), used in the United States, which appears on the bottom of negotiable instruments such as checks identifying the financial institution on which it was drawn. This code is also used by Federal Reserve Banks in the USA to process Fedwire funds transfers and by the Automated Clearing House (ACH) to process direct deposits, wire transfers and other automated transfers. Also necessary for bank account validation in Paypal, for example. more
Routing number 107002448 belongs to BANK OF COLORADO
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BANK OF COLORADO
Servicing Fed's main office routing number
The code indicating the ABA number to be used to route or send ACH items to the RFI
- 0 = Institution is a Federal Reserve Bank
- 1 = Send items to customer routing number
- 2 = Send items to customer using new routing number field
Code is based on the customers receiver code
Date of last change to CRF information (MM-DD-YY)
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What is the FedACH ?
The FedACH is the Federal Reserve Banks' Automated Clearing House for financial institutions. The FedACH provides financial institutions, corporations, and consumers an efficient alternative payment method to writing, collecting, and processing paper checks.
Note: The RTN's provided here are for ACH purposes, for Checks they could be different.
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