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Check Account Number

There are three sets of numbers at the bottom of the checks in the United States and four sets in Canada. The second set is the Check Account Number.

It is always just to the right of the check routing number. Your account number is specific to your personal account or business account in the bank.

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Where will I find my check

account number?

Your bank account number is a certain number of digits code. That is always based on your bank location and where your account was opened.

It could vary from 9 digits to 18 digits. You always can locate your bank account number on the bottom of your check. There are three sets of numbers on the bottom of the checks. Usually, the second sets of the numbers are your bank account number. The First sets are check routing number.

What is FDIC?

FDIC stands for Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation created in 1933. It is a government agency design to protect United States Financial system.  It preserves and promotes public confidence in the financial system.

FDIC insures your bank deposit generally up to 250,000 per account per Institution. If an insured Bank fails or runs out of money, the FDIC steps in and pays any fund you are due.

Additional Information about Check Account Number

Account number could also vary from 9 digits to 18 digits.

It is located next to the routing number on the check.

90% of the banks have included branch code as part of their account number structure.

Did You Know…

According to the FDIC, there were 6,799 FDIC-insured commercial banks in the United States as of February 11, 2014

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I check bank account number?

Bank account number always on the check next to the routing number.

What do I do if I forget my bank account number?

The best option is to call your bank and give the needed verification to get your account number.

Are all bank account numbers 10 digits?

Most of the banks have their own unique numbers. Account number could vary from 9 digits to 18 digits. Majority of the bank uses their branch code as a part of an account number.

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