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How to find RBC account numbers

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How to find RBC account numbers

Hi,

I have a USD account with RBC but no cheque. I was wondering if this is the right way to find the account and branch numbers:

So here in the pic I found online:

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00001 is the transit/branch number
5062294 is the account number

Is this correct? I am just trying to set up my stripe account with this, so wanted to make sure it's correct. I don't know if the account number also includes 00001, and if 5062294 is indeed the account number.


Thanks in advance.
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lachdanan wrote: 00001 is the transit/branch number
5062294 is the account number

Is this correct?
Yes. I’ve setup an online banking EFT link using this info in the last week.
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lachdanan wrote: Hi,

I have a USD account with RBC but no cheque. I was wondering if this is the right way to find the account and branch numbers:

So here in the pic I found online:

Image

00001 is the transit/branch number
5062294 is the account number

Is this correct? I am just trying to set up my stripe account with this, so wanted to make sure it's correct. I don't know if the account number also includes 00001, and if 5062294 is indeed the account number.


Thanks in advance.
Now everyone knows your branch & acct number now. Hehe.
That branch must be the first RBC one at https://banks-canada.com/bank.php?routing=000300001
Last edited by ml88888888 on Aug 1st, 2020 6:49 am, edited 1 time in total.
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I don't have a US dollar account with RBC but try doing this (works for my Canadian account):

From your Account Summary homepage, click on your Chequing Account and then on the right hand side in the "Security and Account Management", click on "View and Print Void Cheque", select your account from the dropdown list and click on the box that says that you've read and understood the information and then click on "View and Print".

It will then show you a voided cheque on your screen.

On the bottom of the void cheque, the information is provided similar to https://www.rbcroyalbank.com/onlinebank ... count.html (Canadian) or https://www.huntington.com/Personal/che ... ad-a-check (US information)
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You may also need the Financial Institution Code for transfers outside of RBC which is 003.
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ml88888888 wrote: Now everyone knows your branch & acct number now. Hehe.
Not sure if that was a joke, but the screenshot comes from this site: http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/esavings-us ... index.html

And I'm such a nerd... I worked at RBC and right by looking at that screenshot, I knew right away it wasn't a USD account. (They always start with 4, not 5).
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airodyssey wrote: Not sure if that was a joke, but the screenshot comes from this site: http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/esavings-us ... index.html

And I'm such a nerd... I worked at RBC and right by looking at that screenshot, I knew right away it wasn't a USD account. (They always start with 4, not 5).
It was a joke. I thought he actually showed his own acct info. If you know the screenshot was a sample from RBC, then you should know it may or may not be an real USD acct.

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