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ROUTING NUMBERS FOR BB&T NORTH CAROLINA

Find out information about routing numbers from Bb&t North Carolina, that has branches in 1 city. Directory provide information about 4 transit numbers from Bb&t North Carolina. Receive detailed information about routing number owner, and his location.

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What is a Bb&t North Carolina routing number?

Routing number of Bb&t North Carolina - is 9-digit code, that used for identification financial institution branch in transaction. It also called RTN transit number or ABA routing number

From what does it depend?

It depends from bank branch location, and where your account was opened.

When you'll need a routing number?

Generally, you'll need your routing number only when funds are being transferred to or from your bank account — never for debit card or credit card purchases.

Where to find routing number on a paper check?

The Check Routing Number is located on the bottom left side of ane check(cheque) made by Bb&t North Carolina.

Where to find Bb&t North Carolina routing number on a paper check?

Bb&t North Carolina Routing Numbers

Routing Number City State Address Office Code
242170248 Wilson North Carolina Ach Operations 100-99-04-10 Main office
042102115 Wilson North Carolina Ach Operations 100-99-04-10 Main office
042102267 Wilson North Carolina Ach Operations 100-99-04-10 Main office
042102254 Wilson North Carolina Ach Operations 100-99-04-10 Main office

BB&T NORTH CAROLINA IN CITIES

How to find Bb&t North Carolina Routing Numbers?

There several ways to find your transit number

On this directory: We provide detailed information for each Bb&t North Carolina routing number

Online banking portal: You could get transit number by logging into online banking

Paper check: There always routing number on bottom left part of cheque

Bank service: You can always ask for Bb&t North Carolina transit number in your bank's customer service staff

Fedwire / American Banking Association: You can find your routing number on the official website of the Federal Reserve or the American Banking Association.