Logix Federal Credit Union Routing Number | How to Wire


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Logix Federal Credit Union provides their members with one routing number that is used for nearly all forms of domestic payments and transfers with other financial institutions. As of 2014, Logix Federal Credit Union no longer provides outgoing international transfer services, although incoming payments and transfers are still accepted.

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Routing Number

  • 322274187

SWIFT Code

  • Not directly connected to the SWIFT network.

Routing Number On Check

Members of Logix Federal Credit Union can locate their routing number on one of their personal/business checks. The ABA routing number of an account will always be located in the lower-left corner of a US-based financial institution’s check, directly to the left of the account number. A sample Logix Federal Credit Union check can be seen below, with the location of where the LFCU routing number would appear (outlined in black).

Logix FCU Routing Number - Where to Find on Check

Logix FCU Routing Number – Where to Find on Check

How to Wire Funds

LFCU only provides its members with incoming/outgoing domestic and incoming international wire transfer capabilities.

To initiate an outgoing domestic wire transfer you will need to fill out the wire transfer form found on this page (the link titled ‘domestic wire transfer request’). The following information is required on the wire transfer request form:

Note: The wire transfer request form must be submitted in-person at a branch location in order to be processed. Email/fax submission is not currently available. 

  • Name of sender
  • Account number to be debited
  • Amount of wire
  • Sender’s address
  • Sender’s phone number
  • Sender’s city/state/ZIP code
  • Requested date of transfer
  • Beneficiary name
  • Beneficiary account number
  • Special instructions
  • Beneficiary address
  • City/state/ZIP code of beneficiary
  • Purpose of transfer
  • Bank name of recipient
  • ABA routing number
  • Bank’s address/city/state/ZIP code
  • Special instructions to beneficiary bank

 

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