Ent Federal Credit Union Online Banking
Ent Federal Credit Union is a community-chartered credit union that was founded in 1957, and serves the Southern counties of Colorado. Ent maintains 27 service centers throughout various Colorado counties, and has over 240,000 members.
Ent Federal Credit Union provides both domestic and international transfer services to all of its members (personal, business, and corporate). The majority of transfer services are available to online users, more information can be viewed at this link. Ent Federal Credit Union uses one routing number.
Routing Number On Check
Routing numbers are used by financial institutions as a way to easily identify the transference of funds between accounts. The specific routing number of a bank will always be located in the bottom-left hand corner of a check, directly to the left of the account number, as seen in the image of the sample check below.
How to Wire Funds
Wire transfers should be initiated at a service center, although other transfer services may be completed online using Ent’s online banking system. Members must have a registered online account to use these online services. For wire transfers, the following information is required:
- First name
- Last name
- Name of receiving financial institution
- Address of receiving financial institution
- Account number
- Routing number
- Other details as required by the receiving/sending financial institution
For answers to specific questions or concerns, and to receive specific instructions for initiating a wire transfer through Ent Federal Credit Union, please contact a customer support representative (1-800-525-9623).