Wells Fargo Routing Numbers and SWIFT Code


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Wells Fargo provides numerous routing numbers for the purpose of conducting transfers between accounts. One’s specific routing number depends on multiple factors such as their type of account, whether it is for a credit card, line of credit, and other factors. To find your specific routing number, please use Wells Fargo’s routing number finder.

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Routing Numbers

  • 062000080 – Alabama
  • 125200057 – Alaska
  • 122105278 – Arizona
  • 111900659 – Arkansas
  • 121042882 – California
  • 102000076 – Colorado
  • 021101108 – Connecticut
  • 031100869 – Delaware
  • 054001220 – District of Columbia
  • 063107513 – Florida
  • 061000227 – Georgia
  • 121042882 – Hawaii
  • 124103799 – Idaho
  • 071101307 – Illinois
  • 074900275 – Indiana
  • 073000228 – Iowa
  • 101089292 – Kansas
  • 121042882 – Kentucky
  • 121042882 – Louisiana
  • 121042882 – Maine
  • 055003201 – Maryland
  • 121042882 – Massachusetts
  • 091101455 – Michigan
  • 091000019 – Minnesota
  • 062203751 – Mississippi
  • 121042882 – Missouri
  • 092905278 – Montana
  • 104000058 – Nebraska
  • 321270742 – Nevada
  • 121042882 – New Hampshire
  • 021200025 – New Jersey
  • 107002192 – New Mexico
  • 026012881 – New York
  • 053000219 – North Carolina
  • 091300010 – North Dakota
  • 041215537 – Ohio
  • 121042882 – Oklahoma
  • 123006800 – Oregon
  • 031000503 – Pennsylvania
  • 121042882 – Rhode Island
  • 053207766 – South Carolina
  • 091400046 – South Dakota
  • 064003768 – Tennessee
  • 111900659 – Texas
  • 124002971 – Utah
  • 121042882 – Vermont
  • 051400549 – Virginia
  • 125008547 – Washington
  • 121042882 – West Virginia
  • 075911988 – Wisconsin
  • 102301092 – Wyoming

SWIFT Code

  • WFBIUS6S

Routing Number On Check

Routing numbers are used by financial institutions as a way to easily identify the transference of funds between accounts. The specific routing number of a bank will always be located in the bottom-left hand corner of a check, directly to the left of the account number, as seen in the image below.

Sample check - where to find routing number

How to Wire Funds

Electronic transfers can be conducted online and via a mobile device. More information regarding Wells Fargo’s transfer policies and regulations can be found here. To read the specific terms of service for initiating a wire transfer online, please follow this link. Wire transfers require the following information (in addition to other details as required by the receiving or sending financial institution):

  • Name of receiving financial institution
  • Routing number
  • Name of beneficiary
  • Beneficiary’s routing number
  • Amount intended to wire
  • Full name of customer
  • Bank account number
  • Street address
  • Phone number
  • Specific type of payment being initiated

For answers to specific queries or concerns, please get in touch with a customer service representative (available 24/7) via the following number (1-800-869-3557).

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