Wells Fargo Bank was established on March 18, 1852 (over 160 years now). It is headquartered in San Francisco, California with a massive number of branches all over the country. See Wells Fargo hours of operation. Know the official opening and closing time.
What is a routing number?
Bank routing numbers are a multi-digit-key that always come before your bank account number. They are both listed on the bottom-left part of the check. The routing number and account number are both required to withdraw money from your account.
Wells Fargo Routing Number
It is one of the 9-digit numbers that can be seen on the bottom side of the check, and it is quite different from an account number. The routing number is also known as ABA or Transit Number or SWIFT codes customers use for the purpose of maintaining an account or transferring money. Wells Fargo has different routing numbers for different areas. Hence, your WellsFargo routing number will depend on the location of the branch you opened your bank account. Your transit number lies within the state or region where you opened your account.
Furthermore, the nine-digit numbers can be found on your check (bottom-left part as shown above). You can call your bank customer care representatives to request that they help you find your respective bank routing numbers. However, if you wish to wire transfer, then go ahead and use this transit number – 121000248 (for all domestic wires), and WFBIUS6S (for all international wires).
Routing Number for Various Locations
|States/Areas||Wells Fargo Routing Number|
|District of Columbia (DC)||054001220|
|New Hampshire (NH)||121042882|
|New Jersey (NJ)||021200025|
|New Mexico (NM)||107002192|
|New York (NY)||026012881|
|North Carolina (NC)||053000219|
|North Dakota (ND)||091300010|
|Rhode Island (RI)||121042882|
|South Carolina (SC)||053207766|
|South Dakota (SD)||091400046|
|Texas (TX)||111900659 (North)|
|West Virginia (WV)||121042882|
|American Forces Abroad||121042882|
|North Mariana Islands||121042882|
FAQs about Routing Numbers
Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about bank routing numbers:
What is a routing number?
A Bank ABA “routing numbers” or “checking routing number” (ABA) is a nine-digit code in the United States used to identify the institution from which money is drawn. The routing numbers are also referred to as “routing transit numbers” (RTN). These numbers can be used to carry out various banking transactions such as checks, wire transfers, and electronic payments.
What is a wire number?
A wire number is also referred to as a wire transfer routing. It is used to transfer funds remotely from one account to another. For individuals to be able to wire money into your Wells Fargo Bank account, you will need to provide them with your account number and wire transfer number.
Contact Customer Service
Below are the phone numbers you can use to call Wells Fargo customer care representatives for further inquiries or assistance. If you can’t find your area’s routing number on the table above, call the appropriate number below to request for your area’s routing number from the customer care unit.
General Banking: 1-800-869-3557 (Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week).
Online Banking: 1-800-956-4442 (This number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week).
International services: 1-8775932468 (This number is available 24 hours, 7 days a week).