Wells Fargo Routing number

Find here the Wells Fargo routing number to transfer money to an account on that bank.


Wells Fargo routing number

Type of transfer Wells Fargo routing number
Domestic Wire Transfer 121000248
International Wire Transfer 121000248
State Wells Fargo routing number
Alabama 062000080
Alaska 125200057
Arizona 122105278
Arkansas 111900659
California 121042882
Colorado 121042882
Connecticut 021101108
Delaware 031100869
District of Columbia 054001220
Florida 063107513
Georgia 061000227
Hawaii 121042882
Idaho 124103799
Illinois 071101307
Indiana 074900275
Iowa 073000228
Kansas 101089292
Kentucky 121042882
Louisiana 121042882
Maine 121042882
Maryland 055003201
Massachusetts 121042882
Michigan 091101455
Minnesota 091000019
Mississippi 062203751
Missouri 121042882
Montana 092905278
Nebraska 104000058
Nevada 321270742
Hampshire 121042882
New Jersey 021200025
New Mexico 107002192
New York 026012881
North Carolina 053000219
North Dakota 091300010
Ohio 041215537
Oklahoma 121042882
Oregon 123006800
Pennsylvania 031000503
Rhode Island 121042882
South Carolina 053207766
South Dakota 091400046
Tennessee 064003768
Texas 111900659
Texas, El Paso 112000066
Utah 124002971
Vermont 121042882
Virginia 051400549
Washington 125008547
West Virginia 121042882
Wisconsin 075911988
Wyoming 102301092

What is a routing number?

A routing number is a 9-digit code designated for each bank to identify themselves and use to transfer money to each other. Created by the American Banking Association (ABA), their purpose is to ensure that funds from transactions, both from checks and electronic, arrive at the correct banks and accounts.

The most used routing numbers are the ABA routing numbers, which are used to pay recurrent bills, reorder checks, tax refunds and in general every transaction between financial institutions. Within these, the numbers exclusively used for electronic transactions are known as ACH routing numbers, with ACH standing for Automated Clearing House.


How to find a routing number?

Find a routing number on a check

Your bank’s routing number is the nine-digit number located at the bottom left of your checks.

Find a routing number without a check

If you don't readily have a check from your bank, you can find a routing number by doing one of the following: -Locate it in your bank statement -Calling your bank and request their routing number -Online lookup in your bank's website

Ria's routing number list

You can look for your bank's routing number in our list.

App screen
Send money internationally

What app can I use to send money with routing numbers?

You can use Ria money transfer app for sending money both domestically and internationally with just a routing number and account number.

When it comes to domestic transfers, you can safely use your bank app. For sending money abroad, and if you want your transfer to be fast yet safe, you may want to use an alternative like Ria money transfer service. Check out the app on the links below.

Frequently asked questions about routing numbers


How to transfer money from one bank to another?


ACH transfer and a wire transfer: what’s the difference?


How many digits does a routing number have?


Routing number vs account number: what’s the difference between them?


How to find the routing number on a credit/debit card?


Is the ABA number the same as a routing number?


What’s the difference between ABA and ACH?


Routing numbers and SWIFT codes

Ria Help Center

Still have questions about online money transfers?

Visit our online help center or contact our customer service. We'll be happy to help you get started.