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 »

You can verify a bank's unique nine-digit routing number by contacting the bank directly. Most banks have websites with their routing numbers published and phone numbers to contact them. Paper checks and deposit slips co... More »

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 »