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US-Bank Wire Transfer

US Banking Corporation is a bank holding company founded in 1968 with headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The bank provides various facilities and services to small businesses, individuals, government entities and other financial institutions.

Wire Transfer is a method of electronic funds transfer from one person to another. A wire transfer can be done from one account to another or through a transfer of cash at a cash office.

There are different wire transfer systems and operations including cost, value, and volume of transactions.

Wire transfer is a fast and secure mode of receiving money in your US Bank account. You are allowed to receive money from within the country i.e. USA (Domestic Wire Transfers) or from some other country (International Wire Transfer). The transaction needs to be started by a sender via a financial institution, but still, you need to provide banking details to the sender for successful transfer completion.

Search Routing Numbers

To receive wire transfers using US Bank Account, you need to provide his or her branch routing number.

Here is the list of routing numbers with corresponding states:

  • 122105155 – Arizona
  • 082000549 – Arkansas
  • 121122676 – California – Northern
  • 122235821 – California – Southern
  • 102101645 – Colorado – Aspen*
  • 102000021 – Colorado – all other areas
  • 123103729 – Idaho
  • 071904779 – Illinois – Northern
  • 081202759 – Illinois – Southern
  • 074900783 – Indiana
  • 104000029 – Iowa – Council Bluffs
  • 073000545 – Iowa – all other areas
  • 101000187 – Kansas
  • 042100175 – Kentucky – Northern
  • 083900363 – Kentucky – Western
  • 091215927 – Minnesota – East Grand Forks*
  • 091300023 – Minnesota – Moorhead
  • 091000022 – Minnesota – all other areas
  • 081000210 – Missouri
  • 101200453 – Missouri – Western
  • 092900383 – Montana
  • 104000029 – Nebraska (+ Council Bluffs, IA)
  • 121201694 – Nevada
  • 107002312 – New Mexico
  • 091300023 – North Dakota (+ Moorhead, MN)
  • 041202582 – Ohio – Cleveland
  • 042000013 – Ohio – all other areas
  • 123000220 – Oregon
  • 091408501 – South Dakota
  • 064000059 – Tennessee
  • 124302150 – Utah
  • 125000105 – Washington
  • 075000022 – Wisconsin
  • 307070115 – Wyoming
  • 091000022 – all other states

Where is the Bank Routing Number on the checks?

It is located at the bottom of the check.

How to Wire Money

US Bank enables the customers to send and receive money through Domestic and International Wire Transfers. You need to have SWIFT code to receive money via international transfer.

Domestic Wire Transfer

Your transaction through Domestic Wire helps you in completing the transaction within 24 hours. You need to have following information while transferring funds:

  • Bank Name – U.S. Bank
  • Routing Number – Find the Routing Number for the branch you opened your bank account
  • Address of Bank – Cincinnati, OH
  • Creditor’s Name – Your name 
  • Creditor’s Account Number – Your US Bank account number

International Wire

An international wire transfer to your US Bank account is possible through an international intermediary bank.

  • Swift Code – USBKUS44IMT
  • Routing Number – Find the Routing Number for the branch you opened your bank account
  • Bank Name – U.S. Bank
  • City, State – Cincinnati, OH
  • Customer’s Name – Your name as it appears on your statement
  • Customer’s Account Number – Your US Bank account number

Wire Transfer Fees for US Bank

Domestic Wire Transfers – $20 for each incoming transaction and $30 for each outgoing transaction.

International Wire Transfers – $25 for each incoming transaction and $50 for each outgoing transaction.