PENNIAN BANK routing number 031310206, also called ABA or Routing Transit Number (RTN), is for its office located in MIFFLINTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, and this is used for electronic fund transfer (ACH or wire transfer) with other banks. Know more details about the routing number here.
A bank routing number, which is also known as American Banking Association (ABA) number or Routing Transit Number (RTN), is a nine-digit code that is usually used to locate the financial institution where you opened a bank account. Banking institutions typically use routing numbers to transfer funds from one bank to another directly.
The easiest way to find the routing number for your bank account is by looking at the first set of nine-digit code available on the bottom of your check on the left side. However, always make sure to confirm the correct routing details with your bank or the recipients before making the transfer to avoid any mistake in the money transfer process.
PENNIAN BANK ROUTING NUMBER - 031310206 - DETAILS
|Routing (ABA) Number|
|Bank Name||PENNIAN BANK|
|Address||2 NORTH MAIN STREET|
|Telephone Number||(717) 436-2144|
|Revised||July 9, 2019|
|Office Code||O - Main Office|
|Record Type Code*||1|
|Institution Status Code**||1|
|Servicing FRB Number||031000040|
*The code indicating the routing (ABA) number to be used to route or send ACH items to the RFI
- 0 = Institution is a Federal Reserve Bank
- 1 = Send items to customer routing number
- 2 = Send items to customer using new routing number field
**Code is based on the customers receiver code
- 1=Receives Gov/Comm
|Bank Name||PENNIAN BANK||Location||MIFFLINTOWN, PA|
|Telegraphic Name||PENNIAN BANK|
|Revised||June 30, 2017|
|Book-Entry Securities Transfer Status||Eligible|
|Funds Transfer Status||Eligible|
This routing number database relies on the publicly available data at The Federal Reserve's directory and last updated on February 18, 2020.