The routing number on a check is located on the bottom left corner of the check, states U.S. Bank. It is a nine-digit number that identifies the bank location where the account was opened. More »

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 »

An ABA routing number is a unique identifying code given to financial institutions that are located in the United States. As of 2015, the ABA number is made up of nine numbers and is used for various financial transactio... More »

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The Chase routing number associated with a checking account can be found printed on the lower-left edge of a blank check. The routing number is made up of nine digits with a special three-dot symbol immediately preceding... More »

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 »

The routing number for a PNC checking account is dependent on the location that the checking account was first opened; the routing number can generally be found at the bottom of a check or on a membership card. The routi... More »

The first part of the hyphenated numerator in a bank fractional routing number stands for the city/state, notes BankersOnline.com. The second part of the numerator represents the American Bankers Association institution ... More »