The routing number always is nine digits and begins with a 0, 1, 2, or 3. On a check, this number always is bracketed by this special symbol:
On a check, the checking account number generally is accompanied by this special symbol:
The image below shows the routing number, account number, and check number on a check. The order of these numbers may differ on your check and may include some special symbols different from those shown.
Ignore special symbols within a number when entering the number.
If you cannot determine the routing or account numbers, review a bank statement or contact your financial institution.