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Checks have three sets of numbers printed on the bottom. According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the first nine-digit number is the routing number, and the second number is the account number. More »

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All NetSpend accounts have a routing number. To find the routing number, log in to the Account Center at NetSpend.com and click Direct Deposit, which lists the routing number in the gray box on the right. More »

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The bank routing number is a nine-digit number assigned to a particular financial institution by the American Bankers Association, explains About.com. The number, also known as the ABA number or routing transit number, h... More »

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Banks print routing numbers on the bottom of checks and other documents, alongside the account number, explains Bank of America. Online portals provide routing numbers for use in electronic wire transfers. For example, t... More »

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Account numbers are found on the bottom of a personal check where it is generally listed as the second set of numbers after the routing number, according to About.com. A Wells Fargo or Chase account number is also availa... More »

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Checking account routing numbers are on the bottoms of checks and deposit slips, explains About.com. They are nine digits long and are the first series of numbers on a check or deposit slip. More »

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The sets of numbers typically included on a personal check are the routing number, the account number and the check number, explains The Nest. The first number, the routing number, is always nine digits in length. More »

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