A wire transfer is an electronic payment service for transferring funds between financial institutions by wire, for example through the Federal Reserve Wire Network, Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) network or the Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS).
Our wire transfer services are a convenient way to move money around the world. Funds can be transferred to and from your account by wire transfer or via ACH (Automated Clearing House) debits or credits.
Service One’s wires are processed through a correspondent financial institution, so it’s important to use the following information when sending funds to your Service One account. To receive funds by wire transfer, please include the following information on your instructions to the originating institution:
|Incoming Wire Instructions|
|Name of Bank||Corporate One Federal Credit Union|
|City and State||Columbus, Ohio|
|ABA Routing Number||244-084-264|
|Further Credit||Service One Credit Union
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Member’s Account Number
Members receiving money from a foreign bank may be asked to provide our SWIFT, BIC, IBAN and CLABE number because foreign banks are accustomed to using them. We do not have these numbers and they are not required to successfully wire money to us.
Please come to a branch if you would like to send funds from your Service One account to another financial institution. Questions? Call us at 800-759-8500 or send your question to us in the form below.