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Routing Numbers (FedACH Participant Banks)

Find Routing numbers for all FedACH Participant banks and Institutes across US.Select a State,city and Bankname from below list to get Routing Number information for the Branches of that Bank.

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List of all Cities in South Carolina State. Please select city to find Banks / Financial Institutes and their Bank Routing Numbers.
ABBEVILLE   AIKEN   ANDERSON   BEECH ISLAND   
BLUFFTON   CAMDEN   CAYCE   CHARLESTON   
CHESTER   CLINTON   CLOVER   COLUMBIA   
CONWAY   DARLINGTON   DUNCAN   EASLEY   
EHRHARDT   FAIRFAX   FLORENCE   FORT MILL   
GAFFNEY   GEORGETOWN   GREELEYVILLE   GREENVILLE   
GREENWOOD   GREER   HAMPTON   HARTSVILLE   
HARTSVILLEL   HILTON HEAD   HILTON HEAD ISLAND   HOLLY HILL   
HONEA PATH   IVA   KINGSTREE   LANCASTER   
LAURENS   LEXINGTON   LORIS   LUGOFF   
MANNING   MARION   MONCKS CORNER   MT PLEASANT   
MULLINS   MYRTLE BEACH   N CHARLESTON   NORTH AUGUSTA   
NORTH CHARLESTON   NORTH MYRTLE BEACH   ORANGEBURG   PAWLEYS ISLAND   
PICKENS   ROCK HILL   ROCKHILL   SENECA   
SIMPSONVILLE   SPARTANBURG   SUMTER   TRAVELERS REST   
TURBEVILLE   UNION   W COLUMBIA   WALHALLA   
WALTERBORO   WARE SHOALS   WEST COLUMBIA   WEST UNION   
WOODRUFF   YORK   

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What is the Routing Number?

Bank routing number is a nine-digit number used to identify a financial institution's trading. The most common type of transaction is ACH and wire transfers. Some banks and credit unions may have many different uses, geographic or branch of service routing number. Routing number printed on the bottom of the check. They can also be found online banking websites of financial institutions.

Where to find a Routing Number?

9 routing number printed on the check. Set 9 digit routing number assigned to your bank electronic transfer. Next set of figures show the actual bank account number. See sample checks to help you find your bank routing number.

Routing Number Format

Routing number is 9 digit number consist of four components. AA BB CCCC D

AA:First 2 digits indicates type of Financial Institution
BB: Indicates Federal Reserve Bank district branch
CCCC: Institution where the checking account is held
D: Last digit indicates single check digit