|Citibank Routing Numbers|
|Northern California — including San Francisco and Central California||321171184|
|Southern California — including Los Angeles and San Diego||322271724|
|Nevada – Las Vegas Branches||122401710, 322271724 for incoming wires|
|Nevada – Not Including Las Vegas||322271724|
|Virginia and Washington, D.C.||254070116|
If your region/location is not listed, or you aren’t sure where you opened your account, please, call Citibank at 800-374-9700 for assistance.
What is a Routing Number?
You may have been wondering what a routing number is. Until now I never knew much about it either. But with this post, you can get an ounce.
The Routing Number is also called ABA. It was created by the American Bankers Association, 1910 as a way to process paper checks.
This over the century emerged to confer banks and credit unions the right to send and receive funds from other financial institutions.
How to Find your Citibank Routing Number
If you must find your routine number, then you must remember which state you opened your account in and use the above chart to get them. Also, your Citibank Checking account has your routing number. It is the first 9 digits in the lower corner f your card.
You may not have your check handy, but you can contact an agent at 800 374 9700 to get your routine number. Again, when you aren’t certain of the number to contact, ensure to contact Citibank for security reasons.
How to Find your Routing Number on a Check
Your Routing number can be found at the bottom end of your Citibank Checkbook.
Banks can have Multiple Routing Numbers
No bank is tied to a single routine number but can feature as much as they want. A bank’s primary routing number may as well be attached to its branch base, (main office). More so, as much as a bank can have branches across the globe, it can have many routing numbers attached. Moreover, as they add locations, so they are eligible for more Routing Numbers.
Getting the Routing Number for International Wire Transfers
Sending wires or cash across borders can be demanding. Nonetheless, one should have some basic info about the recipient. In other words, this is to enhance efficiency in delivery. Such details are:
- The Beneficiary’s full name,
- Beneficiary’s Bank’s name and location,
- Beneficiary’s Account Number,
- The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication Code (SWIFT) or a BIC code.
- The Chips UID aka Clearing House Interbank Payment System Universal Identifier.
You’ll need your Routing Number
Your bank’s routing number also known as ABA can be a very useful piece in terms of your banking life. You can find your Citibank Routing Number at the back of your card. Users are always advised to ensure a clear verification of their Routing number before sending their money. Else, misplacing even a digit can send to the wrong recipient.