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posted: May. 14, 2006 @ 5:41a
Why don't you contact Ameritrade for the routing number?
If you are going to link the account to Paypal, I hope there isn't much of a balance in your account.
posted: May. 14, 2006 @ 8:37a
There is a database of these on the web. So try searching, also.
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posted: May. 14, 2006 @ 9:21a
What kind of idiot has that as the ABA routing number?
Hey, that's the code to my luggage!
(Apologies to Mel Brooks)
posted: May. 14, 2006 @ 9:30a
Taken from Ameritrade's help center:
How do I wire funds into my TD AMERITRADE account?
You can deposit funds into your TD AMERITRADE account via a wire transfer at no charge from TD AMERITRADE. Domestic wires typically require one business day to process while foreign wires require between two to three business days.
Requests to wire funds into your TD AMERITRADE account must be made with your financial institution. To do this, provide your financial institution with the following information:
Send wire transfers to TD AMERITRADE as follows: First National Bank of Omaha 1620 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68197 ABA# 104 000 016 Credit the account of TD AMERITRADE, Inc. Account # 16424641
For further credit to: [client name] [acct number]
If you have questions or concerns about a wire transfer, please contact TD AMERITRADE (not First National Bank of Omaha).
It's 021000021 on the bottom of my checks which corresponds to JP Morgan Chase (which is printed on the checks).
I would not assume that this will work if you don't have a linked checking acct though.
posted: May. 14, 2006 @ 10:57a
Thanks for the answer.
Is there any prefix or trailer to your TD Ameritrade account number printed on the check ? (TD account number is 9 digits)
posted: May. 14, 2006 @ 1:51p
tom885 said: [Q]Is there any prefix or trailer to your TD Ameritrade account number printed on the check ? (TD account number is 9 digits) I see no relationship between my TD checking account number and my (TD) Ameritrade account number - its a completely new number.
posted: May. 15, 2006 @ 8:30a
Let me get this straight. You'd trust strangers on the internet to tell you the routing number for your own financial institution? Heck, just paypal it to me; I'll make sure it gets to your account. I promise.
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