The Routing Number is a nine-digit number that appears on the bottom of checks, next to your Huntington account number. It is used by banks to identify and process transactions. This can be found in your checking or savings account at Huntington Bank, as well as other financial institutions.
To locate your Routing Number:
1. Login to Huntington mobile app and click on “Accounts” from the left hand navigation bar.
2. Locate the account you are looking for by selecting it from the drop-down box next to “Select Account.” If you do not see this option, you may need to select “All Accounts” first.
3. Once you have selected the correct account, scroll down until you see “Routing Number.” You can copy this number directly into another application if needed.
The Purpose of A Routing Number
The purpose of a routing number is to assign a bank account number to a particular financial institution. This helps the Federal Reserve System track the movement of money between banks and credit unions, which helps ensure that there is no fraud or money laundering occurring.
The routing number is also used by businesses that use ACH transactions (Automated Clearing House) to pay their suppliers and vendors. ACH transactions are electronic transfers of funds between two banks or other financial institutions.
This article will provide a brief summary of how to find your routing number through the Huntington app on both iOS and Android.