Frequently Asked Questions Routing Numbers
- 1. What is the ABA routing Number?
The ABA routing number is a 9-digit number assigned to financial institutions to identify the financial institution upon which a payment was drawn. Routing numbers are sometimes referred to as "check routing numbers", "ABA Numbers", or "routing transit numbers".
- 2. What is the routing number for my Robins Federal Credit Union account?
The routing number for Robins Federal is 261171587.
- 3. Where is the Robins Federal Credit Union transit/routing number on my check?
A CMO is a Western Union money transfer to a person of your choice that can be picked up at any Western Union location in the city designated. Refer to our current fee schedule for the cost associated with a wire transfer and the cost associated with a CMO transfer.
A bank to bank wire is the transfer of funds from an account at a financial institution to another account at a financial institution. The funds are transferred through the Federal Reserve banking system. Procedures to receive and send wire transfers at financial institutions vary. Please verify wiring instructions when sending a wire.
- 4. How do I use the routing/transit number to make a deposit into my Robins Federal Credit Union account?
For deposits into savings accounts your 13 digit savings account number should be used. There are three ways you can access your savings account number:
- Specify if you would like the deposit into your checking or savings account. Robins Federal Routing/Transit Number is 261171587 as shown below.
For deposits into checking accounts the 13 digit MICR/Account Number should be used as shown below. Do not include the check number.
- Log in to online banking and choose Routing Information from the menu on the left
- Visit any branch location and speak to a Member Service Representative
Contact the Credit Union Call
- Center during regular business hours