See the check below for obtaining the Bank Routing Number and your Bank Account Number.
The Bank Routing Number identifies your bank or financial institution. The routing number is always 9 digits, and always between the characters specified below. The placement, however, may vary. Some Bank routing numbers are in the middle, instead of being on the left.
Your Bank Account Number can vary in the number of digits. It is usually to the right of the bank routing number. The check number sometimes follows the account number, but is not part of the account number, and is not needed. When entering the account number, omit spaces and special symbols.
Note. The routing and account numbers may be in different places on your check.