Routing number 211174330 of Jewett City Savings Bank


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Routing number 211174330 of Jewett City Savings Bank

211174330 is the current routing transit number of Jewett City Savings Bank situated in city

Avon, state Connecticut (CT). You can find the complete details about Jewett City Savings

Bank, Avon below in the table including the exact the exact address of the institution, ZIP-

code, phone number, Servicing FRB and other details.

Current routing number: 211174330

More info: 

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Name


Jewett City Savings Bank

Office Code

Main office (code - O)

Phone Number

(860) 376 4444

Bank Address

135 Darling Dr

City


Avon

State


CT (Connecticut)

Zipcode


06001-4218

Servicing FRB Number

011000015

Institution Status Code

Receives Gov/Comm

Record Type Code

1 (Send items to customer routing number)

Change Date

May 13, 2002

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Routing Number? Please Explain This To Me Like I'm Five.

It is a number issued by the American Bankers Association that identifies the individual bank in

question. It has a few different names, such as Routing Transit Number and American Bankers

Association number. In order to do business in the US, all US banks must have a routing

number.


Why does a bank need a routing number?

First, they need it because the law requires it. Second, they need it for practical logistical

reasons. It is used to route money transfers, such as check payments or direct deposits.

Without it, they are dead in the water and cannot move funds.



Where can I find this on my checks?

The routing number can be found at the bottom of the check. It may precede or follow the

checking account number. This same line will also contain the check number for the check in

question. These three pieces of information are needed to give each check full and unique

identification for purposes of moving money between accounts.

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