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Account and Routing Numbers

For the most accurate info, select your account’s partner bank.

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Your partner bank is in your card number.

Check the first two digits: “40” means BBVA Compass, “48” means Bancorp. You can also sign in to Simple and check your “Account Numbers” screen.

You may not need to use your account and routing numbers often, but they're handy: you can use them to set up direct deposit, use third party payment services, receive a wire transfer, or make payments via auto debit. So, it's good to know where to find them! You can access them on the web or the mobile app.

Please note: our accounts do not support having checks drawn off of them, so eChecks and paper checks printed with your Simple account and routing numbers will not work.

Finding your account and routing numbers

  1. On the web, hover the mouse over your name, and select Account Numbers.

  2. There you'll find your account and routing numbers.

You may not need to use your account and routing numbers often, but they're handy: you can use them to set up direct deposit, use third party payment services, receive a wire transfer, or make payments via auto debit. So, it's good to know where to find them! You can access them on the web or the mobile app.

Please note: our accounts do not support having checks drawn off of them, so eChecks and paper checks printed with your Simple account and routing numbers will not work.

Finding your account and routing numbers

  1. On the web, hover the mouse over your name, and select Account Numbers.

  2. There you'll find your account and routing numbers.

You may not need to use your account and routing numbers often, but they're handy: you can use them to set up direct deposit use third party payment services, receive a wire transfer, or make payments via auto debit. So, it's good to know where to find them! You can access them on the web or the mobile app.

Please note: our accounts do not support having checks drawn off of them, so eChecks and paper checks printed with your Simple account and routing numbers will not work.

Finding your account and routing numbers

  1. On the iOS app, go to the Account tab and select Account Numbers. description
  2. You'll see your account and routing numbers. description

You may not need to use your account and routing numbers often, but they're handy: you can use them to set up direct deposit use third party payment services, receive a wire transfer, or make payments via auto debit. So, it's good to know where to find them! You can access them on the web or the mobile app.

Please note: our accounts do not support having checks drawn off of them, so eChecks and paper checks printed with your Simple account and routing numbers will not work.

Finding your account and routing numbers

  1. Swipe right to pull up the navigation menu. From there, select Your Account. description
  2. Tap Account numbers.
  3. You'll see your account and routing numbers. description
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