Reverse ABA Routing Number Lookup

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The ABA routing number, also known as the routing transit number, is a nine digit number associated with a financial institution. If you look at a personal check, it’s one of the three numbers at the bottom of the check (the others are the check number and your account number). Ever bank in the United States as an associated ABA routing number it tells various financial systems where to transfer money from and to.

There are cases where you start with an ABA routing number and need to find out the bank it belongs to. Perhaps you just want to double check that the correct numbers are printed on your checks. Maybe you received a check and want to confirm it’s legitimate, checking the ABA routing number is a good first step.

Whatever the case, the easiest place to do a reverse ABA routing lookup is through this free tool from Lyons Commercial Data.

It is by far the easiest and quickest ABA routing number reverse lookup I could find.

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11 Responses to “Reverse ABA Routing Number Lookup”

  1. cdiver says:

    Google works also.

  2. Chuck says:

    I have also always used Google. 🙂

    Edit: “Ever bank” => “Every bank”

    • Thanks for the links. The one Jim provided was great, but I sometimes want to look up the ABA number by the name of the bank.

    • mikestreb says:

      I have been using Greg Thatcher’s site for the longest time. Good if you want to type in the banks name to find the routing number, as well as using it for reverse searches.

  3. eric says:

    That’s how when you try to link up accounts, banks always know the name after you input the routing number.

  4. My school accepts online payments directly from your checking or savings account. We download the Bank Routing Number database for free from the Department of Treasury once or twice a year and use it to cross reference the routing numbers that are input by the person making the payment.

    It is a quick and easy “check balance” that we put into place and we have it upload your bank name and information to a screen shot of a virtual check. We are in our 8th year of using this process without any hitches.

  5. jsbrendog says:

    i had no idea this existed. this is a great tool when receiving checks from people to see if it is legit. bookmarked. good to know

  6. Ryan says:

    It’s good to know that if you needed this in the U.S. you can find it but alas in Canada I can find no such resource. Pity.

  7. tim says:

    i’ll try this. I usually go to the bank or a bank any bank and ask sometimes they give the info up right away but other times they need you kids birth certificate i

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