Chase Bank Routing Number — How to Wire


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Chase Bank offers online money transfer services for personal banking customers through Chase QuickPay, which is powered by the clearXchange payment network. This service allows customers to transfer money simply by providing the recipient’s email address or cellphone number. For business customers, Chase offers online wire transfer services for both domestic and international transfers.

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Routing Numbers

Arizona 122100024 Nevada 322271627
California 322271627 New Jersey 021202337
Colorado 102001017 New York – Downstate 021000021
Connecticut 021100361 New York – Upstate 022300173
Florida 267084131 Ohio 044000037
Georgia 061092387 Oklahoma 103000648
Idaho 123271978 Oregon 325070760
Illinois 071000013 Texas 111000614
Indiana 074000010 Utah 124001545
Kentucky 083000137 Washington 325070760
Louisiana 065400137 West Virginia 051900366
Michigan 072000326 Wisconsin 075000019

Swift Code

  • CHASUS33

Routing Number On Check

Customers will need to know their routing number to set up direct deposits to their accounts. Routing numbers are used by banks to track money transfers. You can find your routing number on the bottom left-hand of the checks given to you by your bank, as shown in the image below.chasecheck

How to Wire Funds

Chase QuickPay

To transfer funds with QuickPay, customers first need to enroll. To do this, they should login to online banking. They will then need to click ‘Payments and Transfers’ and select ‘Chase QuickPay’ and click ‘Enroll Now.’ They will then verify this information:

  • Email
  • Cellphone number

To send money, they will need this information about the recipient:

  • Email
  • Cellphone number
  • Name
  • Amount to wire

They will then verify this information and click ‘Submit’ to send the transfer

Online Wire Transfers

To complete a wire transfer, business customers need to login to online banking, click ‘Payments and Transfers’ and select ‘Wire Transfer.’ They will then need to click ‘Add a Wire Recipient’ and provide this information:

  • Recipient
    • Name
    • Nickname
    • Address
    • City
    • State/Province/Region
    • Zip/Postal code
    • Country
    • Account number
  • Bank
    • Routing number/Swift code
    • Address
    • City
    • State/Province/Region
    • Country
    • Sort Code

You will then verify this information, click ‘Make a Wire Transfer’, select your recipient, and provide this information:

  • Account to debit
  • Amount to wire
  • Date to wire

Verify this information, and then click ‘Wire Money in U.S. Dollars.’

Domestic and international wire transfers use the same system.

 

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