Teachers Federal Credit Union Routing Number – How to Wire

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Teachers Federal Credit Union offers free ACH origination to all of its customers. ACH origination is a form of electronic payment/transfer between US-based financial institutions. Because an ACH origination is technically not a wire transfer, there are no processing fees applied. However, if an individual wishes to conduct a wire transfer, TFCU offers certain discounts (up to six free wires per year upon qualifying – the educated choice discount). For a detailed overview of TFCU’s approach to ACH origination and electronic payment processing, please refer to this webpage.

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Routing Number

Routing Number On Check

Routing numbers are used by financial institutions as a way to electronically track and record various types of transfers, payments, or other services between accounts. The routing number can always be found in the bottom-left corner of a bank’s check. An example of the routing number on a TFCU check can be seen below.

Sample check image

Sample check image

How to Wire Funds

Specific details can be read on this webpage, but initiating a wire transfer or ACH origination is incredibly straightforward and simple. At the minimum, a financial institution will require the following details:

  • First and last name
  • Address
  • Account number
  • Routing number
  • Various recipient/sender details specifically required by a particular bank

If you have specific questions regarding ACH origination or wire transfer capabilities, please get in touch with a TFCU customer service representative.

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