America's Banks and FCU's Routing numbers
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|Routing Number||Bank Name||Delivery Address||City/State||Zip Code||CFR Phone||Changed|
|081211106||1ST STATE BK||P.O. BOX 127||ST. PETER, IL||62880-0127||(618) 349 8343||04-03-09|
|081212613||1ST STATE BK||P O BOX 219||DONGOLA, IL||62926-0000||(618) 827 3611||04-03-14|
|081220508||1ST STATE BK||PO BOX 98||OLMSTED, IL||62970-0000||(618) 742 6205||02-28-94|
|103103503||1ST STATE BK||527 WASHINGTON||RYAN, OK||73565-0000||(580) 757 2221||02-28-13|
A routing transit number (RTN), routing number, or ABA number is a nine digit bank code, used in the United States of America, 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.
Online payment methods, like Paypal, also use the routing number, as it is necessary to integrate a bank account with the payment system more
If you are not sure about which number to use, please contact your bank directly
Bank addresses are the delivery addresses for the processing facilities
(not necessarily the address of your branch).
Additionally, these RTN are for ACH purposes, for Checks they could be different.
This data was last updated 11-24-2018 01:14:19 PM CSTDisclaimer