E Trade Bank Routing Number

E Trade Bank Routing Number is the identification of your bank. Or making domestic or international money transfer, you can also put in use your E Trade Bank routing number. E Trade Bank so big it has 24 different routing numbers across the U.S. Being a E Trade Bank customer, you need to know that your routing number will depend upon where you open your account. Having the right E Trade Bank number for domestic or international wire transfers will enable you to get a better deal when spending money abroad with the TransferWise debit Mastercard ®.

E Trade Bank Routing Numbers for wire transfers

A wire transfer is the fastest way of receiving money in your E Trade Bank account. So, you can receive funds in your E Trade Bank account from any bank using Wire Transfer service. You will need a E Trade Bank routing number available for wire transfer from your account. This is the process for domestic fund transfer in E Trade Bank account. For an international fund transfer in E Trade Bank account, you will need a swift code too along with the E Trade Bank routing number.

Type of wire transfer E Trade Bank Routing Number
Domestic Wire Transfer 256072691
International Wire Transfer to E-Trade Bank account in the USA 256072691
SWIFT Code WFBIUS6S

E Trade Bank Routing Number for ACH transfers

For ACH transfers to any E Trade Bank account, you would need an ACH routing number. While sending a domestic ACH transfer in a E Trade Bank account, you will need to use the ACH routing number, which differs from state to state.

What are E Trade Bank Routing Numbers used for?

E Trade Bank routing numbers are used to transfer money from your business account to make payments via online or phone. Through a E Trade Bank routing number, you can set up a direct deposit, or automatically the bills can be paid from your E Trade Bank account. You can also get payments such as Salary, pension, pay in check, or make a wire transfer, ACH transfer to someone in the U.S.

So, get the right E Trade Bank routing number before you make or receive any fund transfer.