ABA Routing Number

The ABA Routing Number or American Bankers Association routing number is a nine-digit number used in the United States that identifies the financial institution associated with a customer’s bank account. To obtain an ABA Routing Number, look at the bottom left corner of a current cheque or deposit slip from the bank.

This code was designed to facilitate the sorting, bundling, and routes of electronic ACH (Automated Clearing House) deposits to the proper banking institution. If you are not in the United States, your bank will not have an ABA Routing Number as this only a US banking reference number. For international transfers, your bank’s IBAN, and SWIFT numbers are required to be quoted.

ABA Routing Number may also be referred to as a Routing Transit Number (RTN) or Routing Number.

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Payment Processing Services by NOIRE

NOIRE provides industry leading online payment processing services & risk management technologies. Designed using NOIRE, “Simply Switch On”, approach to payment processing, our payment solutions are built using the latest payment processing technology enabling businesses to “Plug In” and “Switch On” payment modules with ease if and when required.

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