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Account Numbers Simplified
When you opened your savings account with Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union, you became a shareholder of the not-for-profit credit union. With your membership, we issued you a member number. This number, up to seven digits, is used as your base account number for all of your TVFCU accounts. Suffixes, or two numbers at the end, are added to indicate the account type.
Use your member base account number when conducting business with TVFCU. However, additional identifiers are needed for outside direct deposit transactions. These identifiers — routing number, account number type and full account number — are necessary to ensure your funds are deposited correctly.
What information is needed for a direct deposit?
- Routing number
- Account number type
- Full account number
I realize that I need my base account number to determine my full account number. But I don’t remember my base account number. What should I do?
If you do not know your base account number, please visit a TVFCU Branch and bring a non-expired, government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license or state-issued ID. For security purposes, TVFCU will not give base account numbers out over the phone.
What is TVFCU’s Routing Number?
The routing number (RTN or ABA Number) is a nine-digit code that specifies the financial institution. Think of it as a bank’s or credit union’s account number. TVFCU’s routing number for all transactions is 261375684.
How do I identify my account number type?
The suffix, or two numbers at the end, is added to your base account number to indicate your checking or loan account. The suffix for checking and loan accounts varies by account. It is important that you inquire about your suffix if you do not know it to ensure your direct deposit funds are routed to your correct account.
What is my full nine-digit savings account number structure?
Your full nine-digit savings account number is your base number, plus leading zeros. The example below was created using a six-digit base account number. Adjust the number of zeros according to your base account number. Just remember that all savings account numbers have nine digits and do not have a suffix.
What is my full 12-digit checking account number structure?
Your full 12-digit checking account number is your base number, plus leading zeros, a checking suffix and a randomly selected check digit. The example below will help you understand the structure. However, please remember that the checking suffix and randomly selected check digit vary by account.
How can I obtain my full checking account number?
- Look at the bottom of your checks
- Visit a TVFCU Branch
- Call the TVFCU Call Center at 800-634-3600, give your base account number and answer a series of security questions
Can I find my checking account number in Online24?
For security purposes, your full account number is not featured in Online24. However, you can use this tip to help you identify your checking suffix and check digit. When you log into Online24, look at your masked, or shortened, account number in the upper left corner of your checking account summary box. The last five digits are shown. The first two are the last digits of your checking account number. The next two are your checking suffix with the last number being your randomly selected check digit. Use this information and the checking account structure above to identify your full account number.
What is my full 11-digit loan account number structure?
Your full 11-digit loan account number is your base account number, plus leading zeros and the loan suffix. To obtain your loan suffix, you can look at your shortened account number in the upper left corner of your loan account summary box in Online24. The last four digits are shown. The first two are the last digits of your loan account number, and the next two are the loan suffix. Use this information and the loan account structure to identify your full loan account number for Bill Pay.
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