TCF Bank Online Banking » TCF Bank Routing Number — How to Wire
TCF Bank offers its customers to set up money transfers using their online banking accounts. These transfers can be set up to be recurring or one-time, and users can set the the of their transfer ahead of time. For more about transfers and other information about TCF’s checking accounts, view TCF’s FAQ.
Routing Number On Check
Routing numbers are the number that banks use to identify transfers. Customers need to provide their routing number to set up direct deposits to their bank account, or to set up automatic bill pay. Your routing number is located on the bottom left corner of the checks supplied to you by your bank, as demonstrated in the below picture.
How to Wire Funds
To initiate a transfer online, customers should first login to online banking. Next they should choose the Create Transfer page from the Transfer Center menu. Alternatively, customers can navigate to the Create Transfer page from the Payments menu. Once there, users will need to provide this information:
- Account from which to transfer
- Account to transfer to
- Make this a recurring transfer y/n
- Transfer amount
- Date to transfer
- Message (optional)
Detailed instructions on creating a transfer can be read here.Sponsored Links