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How do I receive a domestic wire transfer?
How do I receive a domestic wire transfer?

Domestic wire transfers cost $20 to receive. Give the sender your North One account and routing numbers to get started.

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Written by Brandon
Updated over a week ago

To receive a domestic wire transfer, the sender will need to initiate the payment from their bank account. What they’ll need from you is your North One Account details.

To find your account details in app:

  1. Click “Deposit” on your home page, or on the bottom of your screen

  2. Under “Add funds”, click “Get transfer information”

  3. Here you’ll see your account and routing number, as well as the address for The Bancorp Bank, N.A.

To find your account details online:

  1. At the bottom of the the left-hand menu, click on your name

  2. Choose “View account numbers”

  3. Here you’ll see your account and routing numbers, as well as the address for The Bancorp Bank, N.A.

Domestic wires are processed same-day if received by 3:30 PM EST Monday to Friday. If received after that time, funds will be sent the following business day. With your North One Standard Account, domestic wires cost $20 to send and $20 to receive. For North One Plus Customers, domestic wires cost $15 to send and $20 to receive. For more information regarding our fees and cut-off times, please see our Deposit Account Agreement.

There is no limit to the dollar value of an incoming domestic wire transfer.

Some bank accounts have a different routing number for domestic wires than for ACHs, but at North One you have the same routing number for both.

We do not have the ability to see pending incoming funds. As soon as the domestic wire transfer has been received, you will see the payment and funds reflected in your account.

Missing a domestic wire transfer? Check out this article for troubleshooting steps.

North One is a financial technology company, and not a bank. Banking services are provided by The Bancorp Bank; N.A., Member FDIC.

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