Account format
Checking Accounts

For your security, the next time you order paper checks, your account number will no longer appear at the bottom of your checks. It will be replaced with a cross reference number that links to your Checking Account. (See B in the sample check image below.)

This new reference number works the same for check clearing, direct deposit and automated debits that may come out of your account.

Saving Accounts

For automatic electronic fund transfers (ACH) your account number should be 8-digits in length total. You'll first add two zeros at the end of your account number. Then, add additional zero(s) in front of your account number, if needed, to make the entire number 8-digits.

Example 1: If your account number is 12345, the 8-digit format is 01234500.
Add two zeros at the end of your account number: 1234500, then add one zero in front of the number to make it 8-digits: 01234500.

Example 2: If your account number is 123, the 8-digit format is 00012300.
Add two zeros at the end of your account number: 12300, then add three zeros in front of the number to make it 8-digits: 00012300.

Example 3: If your account number is 123456, the 8-digit format is 12345600.
Add two zeros at the end of your account number: 12345600, no need to any zeros in front of the number because it's now 8-digits.