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How To Find Your PNC Bank Routing Number

The PNC Bank Routing Number is an essential piece of banking information to know if you plan on depositing checks using your bank’s Automated Clearing House (ACH) service. Your PNC Bank Routing Number allow you to set up direct deposit, make an online payment, or transfer money between your accounts at PNC and other financial institutions such as banks, credit unions, and PayPal®.  As you continue to read on this article will show you how to find your PNC Bank Routing Number and how to use it for your transactions with the bank.

What Is A PNC Bank Routing Number?

A PNC bank routing number is a nine-digit number, usually found near the bottom of checks or at the bottom of paper deposits. It identifies an individual branch, and it can be used to make all manner of transactions (including deposits and withdrawals) over the phone, via ATM, or online through PNC Connect.

How To Find TD Bank My Routing Number?

TD bank customers can find their routing number by logging in to TD Online Banking, and clicking on the Bill Pay section. When you reach the Bill Pay page, scroll down to where it says Payment Address and you will see your routing number listed in the box next to that text.
TD bank customers can also find their routing number by logging into their account on the TD Mobile App and looking for it on their Account Details screen. Finally, if you don’t want to use any of these methods, you can always call TD bank Customer Care and they will be able to provide your routing number over the phone.

TD Bank Routing Numbers By States

The easiest way to find your PNC bank routing number is by visiting your local branch or ATM. You will need a photo ID and your account or debit card to access this information. However, not all branches have an ATM or are accessible without an appointment. If you do not have access to any of these methods then below is a list of all PNC bank routing numbers by states.

State ABA Routing Number
Alabama 062001209, 053100850, 043000096, 065103887, 065103625
Delaware 031100089
Florida 043002900, 267084199
Georgia 053100850, 061192630, 043002900, 061119639
Illinois 071921891
Indiana 083009060, 083000108, 071921891
Kentucky 083000108
Maryland 054000030
Michigan 041000124
Missouri 071921891
New Jersey 031207607
New York Please contact your branch
North Carolina 043000096
Ohio 042000398, 041000124
Ohio – Youngstown 043000096
Pennsylvania – Central North 043000096
Pennsylvania – Central South 031312738
Pennsylvania – Northeast 031300012
Pennsylvania – Northwest 043300738
Pennsylvania – Phildelphia 031000053
Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh 043000096
Virginia 054000030
Wisconsin 071921891
Washington D.C. 054000030

Tips For Getting The Info You Need From PNC bank Customer Service Representatives

A routing number (also known as an ABA or SWIFT code) is a 9-digit number that identifies your bank. These can be found in branch lobbies, online banking apps, and on checks you receive from banks like PNC bank. If you are unable to find your PNC bank routing number using any of these methods, customer service representatives at most PNC bank branches will provide it to you for free over the phone or via e-mail when asked. To avoid being transferred between departments multiple times, first use the automated voice menu to navigate through PNC bank’s phone system and ask for customer service. When transferring services to another department say: I need customer service.

For more information please click to PNC Routing Number webpage