How to Get Wire Transfer to Chase Checking Account


Getting a wire transfer into a Chase checking account is not a difficult task. The information required includes the source making the wire transfer, the bank routing number and the Chase account number to which the transfer is going. Remember this is all you need no matter which account you have business or personal. But you have to have an active account at Chase. There is also a fee charged by Chase for outgoing wire transfers by business accounts.
 

Incoming Wire Transfers

 
  • You need to have an active personal or business checking or saving account at Chase bank.

  • The Chase bank routing number and the account number are required by the party or person who wants to make the wire transfer.

  • And then check the account balance, it should reflect the wire transfer.
     

Wire Transfers by Chase Business Customers

 

If you have an account with Chase and you want to make a wire transfer, all you need to have is an Internet enabled computer. You don’t need any kind of software to make the transfer happen. But you will be charged a fee for making a transfer.
 

  • First of all you need to register on-line for chase online business.

  • Navigate to the Payment and Transfers page and select the Wire Transfer tab.

  • Simply click the Activate Wire Transfer Service Link and then accept the Wires Legal Agreement.

  • You will use the information you have about the recipient such as his name, address, bank routing number, account number and the amount to be transferred.





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