011500913 Routing Number
|Bank Name||Centreville Bank|
Valid, last updated: Jan 20, 2020
|Office Type||Main Office|
|Servicing FRB Number||011000015|
|Servicing FRB Number Address||600 Atlantic Avenue Boston, Boston, MA|
|Address||PO BOX 1009, WEST WARWICK, RI, 02893|
|Record Type Code||1 (Send items to customer routing number)|
A routing number of your bank (or the bank of your recipient to whom you wish to transfer funds) is like a personal ID; it is the individual identifier of the bank’s location. There are no two similar bank routing numbers in the world since all new members of the SWIFT network are assigned a new unique number for disambiguation. For instance, if your bank is Centreville Bank, your routing bank number is 011500913. This is done to make sure that none of the SWIFT transfers goes to the wrong country, city, or branch of the bank and the recipient fails to find his/her transfer in the indicated location.
You might not even notice how often you use the bank routing number while making some transactions and using your bank’s services. This happens because you may know the bank routing number under its other names, such as the ABA routing number or RTN. The Centreville Bank has the routing number 011500913, and you can use it for all kinds of transactions. So, if you need to receive a SWIFT payment from a foreign citizen and wish to get it to your bank account, find your routing number first; that’s quite easy.
The bank routing number may be found at the bottom of your check; it contains nine digits that signify the location at which you opened the account. Or you can use our depository of US bank routing numbers and find yours quickly and without any trouble. 011500913 is the routing number of Centreville Bank assigned to it by the American Bankers Association (ABA). The main office of Centreville Bank may be reached at PO BOX 1009, WEST WARWICK, RI, 02893. For questions not requiring your personal presence, please call the bank at (401) 821-9100.