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Bank of America customers have a few different measures they can use to find both their account and routing numbers. They can call customer service and get this information directly or they can use the Bank of America website to get this information. However, customers who hope to use the website will need to be registered for online access or have the mobile app. Both require an online username and password. Customers can then navigate to the account details section to find both their routing number and account number. If you are a customer that still uses checks, your account and routing number can be found at the bottom of your checks. You can look fro a nine-digit routing number and a twelve digit account number.
Customers can easily transfer money online using the mobile banking app and online banking. The Bank of America app or online banking option allows customers to transfer money online. These transfers can occur through Zelle which allows customers to transfer money from one account to another or to other financial institutions. Zelle can also be used as a stand-alone app. Customers are able to complete transfers without paying fees. Bank of America and Zelle make it easy and convenient for customers to transfer money online. Transfers can be person to person or for bill payments. Zelle supports debit cards and checking and savings accounts. Another benefit of using Zelle with Bank of America is higher transfer limits. Although the amounts will vary according to the customer, transfer limits are usually as much as $2,500 per day.