Find Your Checking Account Number Without A Check
If you don’t have a check book or any current checks on hand, you can feel relieved knowing there are multiple ways you can locate your account number without needing a check to find it.
Have you recently started a new job and want to set-up direct deposit, or are looking to connect your checking account for an automatic bill pay, and need your bank account number? Typically, you can find your bank account number in a couple of different places, depending on your bank.
At Huntington, you can find your account number in the following areas:
- Online Banking
- Mobile App
- Bank Statement
If you have lost your checkbook or a box of checks, contact us right away.
Find Your Account Number with Online Banking
To find your bank account number with Huntington Online Banking:
- Log into Online Banking
- Select an account from The Hub
- Click on Account Numbers and More
- The account number should be visible in the pop-up window.
Find Your Account Number in the Mobile App
If you haven’t already downloaded Huntington’s Mobile App, try it out today to find your bank account number, and much more. To find your bank account number in Huntington’s Mobile App:
- Log into the Huntington Mobile App
- Select the account you want to check
- Select the Summary tab
- The account number is located just below the routing number.
- The account number has been obscured for your security. Click the “show” link to reveal the account number.
If you haven’t already downloaded the Mobile App, try it out today to find your bank account number and much more.
Download Huntington's Mobile App
We’re for people. That’s why our Mobile App makes managing your money as easy and convenient as possible. Whether at home or on the go, you can quickly and securely check balances, pay bills, and more. Download the mobile app today.
Find Your Account Number on a Bank Statement
Typically, account numbers are provided in paper bank statements and electronic statements.
If you have elected to receive electronic bank statements, you may have access to them online under Statements and Notices. If you receive paper bank statements, we recommend filing them in a secure location and shredding them when you discard them.
To find your account number on a bank statement:
- Acquire the bank statement (electronic or paper)
- Identify the first page of the bank statement
- Look at the top of the right column. The number beside “Account:” is your account number.
You can also find your routing number without a check.
If you have any more questions about your account or checking accounts in general, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We’re ready to help in person, online, or on the phone.
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