Chase Swift Code: What It Is and How to Find It
A Swift Code is a unique identification code for banks and financial institutions.
It's used for international wire transfers to ensure the money goes to the correct bank and account.
Chase Bank's Swift Code is CHASUS33.
You can find Chase's Swift Code on their website, on your account statement, or by contacting customer service.
If you're receiving an international wire transfer, you'll need to provide the sender with Chase's Swift Code and your account number.
If you're sending an international wire transfer, you'll need to provide Chase with the recipient's Swift Code and account number.
Chase charges a fee for international wire transfers, which varies depending on the destination country and currency.
It's important to double-check all information before sending or receiving an international wire transfer to avoid errors and delays.
In addition to Swift Codes, there are other codes used for domestic wire transfers and ACH transfers.
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