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What is the difference between Account Number, Routing Number, and ACH/MICR Number?

When you open an account with Justice Federal, you are given several numbers associated with your Membership, and the specific products within your account. Knowing where to find these numbers, and when to use them can save you a lot of headaches when setting up direct deposit, setting up electronic money transfers, or speaking to a Justice Federal Representative.

Where do I find my account numbers?
The easiest way to find your account numbers is by logging in to Digital Banking, selecting the product you wish to view, and selecting the Details tab. Please note: to view the Account Number & ID, or ACH MICR Number for your account, you will need to click the "show button."

Account Number

The first part of your Account Number & ID is your Membership Account Number (ex. 123456). This unique number identifies you as a Justice Federal Member. Please use this number when:

• Speaking to a Justice Federal Representative
• Visiting one of our Branches or a Shared Branch location
• Registering for Digital Banking at www.jfcu.org

Share ID

The Second part of your Account Number & ID is your Share ID (ex. S0010). This number identifies the specific share products you have with Justice Federal. For example: your Share Savings Account, Checking Account, and Certificate will all have different Share IDs. Please use this number when:

• Speaking to a Justice Federal Representative
• Visiting one of our Branches or a Shared Branch location
• Mailing deposits to Justice Federal

Routing Number: 254074413

A routing number is a 9 digit code used to identify financial institutions in electronic transactions. Justice Federal's permanent Routing Number is 254074413. Routing Number should be used when:

• Establishing a payroll direct deposit, payroll allotment or other recurring payment to your account
• Setting up electronic transactions such as Automatic transfers (ACH) and bill payments
• Sending funds to your Justice Federal account via wire transfer

ACH/MICR Number

Your ACH/MICR Number is a unique 14-digit number that identifies your specific share product within your account for all electronic transactions (ex. 11000001234566). This number can also be found on the bottom of your checks.This number should be used for all electronic transactions including:

• Establishing a payroll direct deposit, payroll allotment or other recurring payment to your account
• Setting up electronic transactions such as automatic transfers (ACH) and bill payments
• Sending funds to your Justice Federal account via wire transfer • Check orders not processed by Justice Federal

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