Whenever you carry out a transaction from your Comerica Bank account to another Bank account, you will need to provide the Routing number. This routing number is applicable for all Domestic transactions from a Comerica Bank account to another account. The routing number is different for each of the states in which Comerica Bank operates.
How do I find the Routing Number for my Comerica Bank account?
It is very easy to find the routing number for your Comerica Bank account, the easiest way to do that is by taking a look at the bottom of your Comerica Bank checks. Each and every Comerica Bank check has numbers that denote your account number, your routing number, and the check number. Each of these numbers is show in the example below.
Below you can also find a list of the routing numbers for various states:
If you are still unable to find your Comerica Bank Routing number from the information above, visit the routing numbers section on their website by visiting the FAQ page
At the bottom of the list of states, click on the link that says Contact us.
You will then be taken to the Comerica Bank Contact us page, where you can contact them either by calling on the given Telephone Numbers, or online by submitting the online contact us form.
How to Wire Transfer with Comercia Bank
Whenever you are receiving a wire transfer from another Financial Institution to your Regions Bank Account, you will need to provide them with your Regions’ wire transfer routing number. For receiving Funds from international financial institutions you’ll need to provide your Regions’ International wire transfer routing number which is also known as the Swift Code.
When electronically transferring funds to or from your Comerica Bank account to another bank or Financial Institution, that process if called a Wire Transfer.
To carry out domestic wire transfers you just need to provide the bank or financial institution with your Comerica Bank Routing Number and your account number. But when you are transferring money to or from your Comerica Bank account to an international bank or financial institution you will need to provide your account number and the Swift code. Below is the Swift code for International Transactions to and from Comerica Bank.