262087515 routing number Alabama Postal Cu Birmingham

262087515 Routing Number

Are you looking for information about routing number 262087515? Our routing number lookup service will have you covered! This unique number belongs to the Alabama Postal Cu branch in Birmingham, Alabama and is used to identify the this financial institution and routing transit number (RTN) in the United States. Use routing number 262087515 to ensure that your electronic funds transfers are directed to the correct account. You can get more information about this routing number and other financial institutions by using our routing number lookup service.

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What is a 262087515 routing number?

262087515 - is 9-digit code, that used for identification financial institution used in transaction. He has also known as RTN routing number or transit number

What bank has routing number 262087515?

He belongs to bank, where account were opened, in this case this is Alabama Postal Cu from Birmingham, AL

When you'll need a routing number?

Usually, routing number 262087515 uses only if funds transfers to or from you, never for debit card or credit card purchases.

Where to find routing number on a paper check?

262087515 Routing number can be found in the bottom left hand corner of your check. It can also be found on your bank statement of Alabama Postal Cu

262087515 routing number on a paper check

FedACH Routing Number 262087515 - Alabama Postal Cu

Routing Number262087515
Office CodeMain office
Servicing FRB Number061000146
Record Type Code1
  • 0 = Institution is a Federal Reserve Bank
  • 1 = Send items to customer routing number
  • 2 = Send items to customer using new routing number field
AddressP.O. Box 11627
StateAlabama (AL)
Zip Code35202
Telephone(205) 252-4812
RevisedJanuary 23, 2007
Institution Status Code1

Code is based on the customers receiver code
1 = Receives Gov/Comm

New Routing NumberBank institution's new routing number resulting from a merger or renumber

Find ALABAMA POSTAL CU Of Birmingham , P.O. Box 11627 Location on Google Map :

From what routing number depends?

26 - The first two digits means the type of financial institution.

20 - The 3rd and 4th digit depends on Federal Reserve Bank district branch.

8751 - Next 4 digits tells where account was opened.

5 - The last 9th digit is confirmation number known as check digit.