Onpoint Bank Routing Number

Onpoint Bank Routing Number is the identification of your bank. Or making domestic or international money transfer, you can also put in use your Onpoint Bank routing number. Onpoint Bank so big it has 24 different routing numbers across the U.S. Being a Onpoint Bank customer, you need to know that your routing number will depend upon where you open your account. Having the right Onpoint 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 ®.

Onpoint Bank Routing Numbers for wire transfers

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

Type of wire transfer Onpoint Bank Routing Number
Domestic Wire Transfer 323075880
International Wire Transfer to OnPoint account in the USA 323075880
SWIFT Code OCCUUS66

Onpoint Bank Routing Number for ACH transfers

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

What are Onpoint Bank Routing Numbers used for?

Onpoint Bank routing numbers are used to transfer money from your business account to make payments via online or phone. Through a Onpoint Bank routing number, you can set up a direct deposit, or automatically the bills can be paid from your Onpoint 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 Onpoint Bank routing number before you make or receive any fund transfer.