Account and Routing Numbers

Account and Routing Numbers


Your account and routing numbers

Your account and routing numbers can be used to set up direct deposit, use third party payment services, receive a wire transfer, or make payments via auto debit. You can find 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. After signing in on the web, hover the mouse over your name (it's in the upper right corner) and select Account Numbers.
  2. There they are!

Your Shared account number

If you have a Shared account, it'll have a unique account number that's separate from your individual one. You'll need your Shared account number if you'd like to set up direct deposit or make a deposit by mail into your Shared account.

Finding your Shared account number is easy: follow the steps above, and you'll see it displayed on the same page as your individual account number.

Your account and routing numbers can be used to set up direct deposit, use third party payment services, receive a wire transfer, or make payments via auto debit. You can find 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. Sign in to the iOS app.
  2. Go to the Account tab (it's in the bottom right corner).
  3. Select Account Numbers. description
  4. There they are! description

Your Shared account number

If you have a Shared account, it'll have a unique account number that's separate from your individual one. You'll need your Shared account number if you'd like to set up direct deposit or make a deposit by mail into your Shared account.

Finding your Shared account number is easy: follow the steps above, and you'll see it displayed on the same page as your individual account number.

Your account and routing numbers can be used to set up direct deposit, use third party payment services, receive a wire transfer, or make payments via auto debit. You can find 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. Sign in to the Android app.
  2. Swipe right to pull up the navigation menu. From there, select Your Account. description
  3. Tap Account numbers.
  4. There they are! description

Your Shared account number

If you have a Shared account, it'll have a unique account number that's separate from your individual one. You'll need your Shared account number if you'd like to set up direct deposit or make a deposit by mail into your Shared account.

Finding your Shared account number is easy. Follow the steps above and select Show other accounts to display both your Shared account number and your individual one from the same page.

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