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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 29, 2017 10:50:47 AM(UTC)

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Using "ACH file for Direct Deposit Software", On Account Settings, what bank info is "Immediate Destination Routing Number" and what bank info is "Immediate Origin Number". I guess under Company and Bank portion, that is all my personal banking information, correct? Also, when I am having my personal bank do the ACH transaction and draw the funds from another bank institution to have deposited in my personal bank account, would that be "debit" or "credit".
#2 Posted : Wednesday, September 6, 2017 12:05:41 PM(UTC)

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Thank you for contacting us. You can find the detailed information in this guide

Immediate Destination Routing number: Typically your bank's ABA/Routing Number (9 digits)

Immediate Origin Number This is the company ID assigned by your bank. Typically your Fed ID (oftern with a leading "1"), an account number, or ABA Number. Not sure, Try 1 + Fed ID. The maximum length is 10-digit.

Above is the standard set up for most US banks. Usually when you enable the ACH payment feature with your account, your bank will give you the detailed document. You can also contact your bank for ACH file format document. (Note: For ACH payment questions, please contact your bank business support team. The front desk may not be able to help you.)

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