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It is relatively easy to make a bank transfer to a checking account at Chase Bank. In fact, according to the bank, it’s a matter of providing the source by making the transfer, the bank routing number, and the Chase account number the transfer will arrive at, and that’s all you need. This applies to both personal and business accounts at Chase Bank. However, you do have to have an active bank account, and Chase charges a fee for outgoing business account transfers.
Incoming transfer to Chase accounts
- Keep an active checking or savings account, either personal or business, at Chase Bank.
- Give the person making the transfer the bank routing number and the account number to which the funds will be transferred.
- Find the transfer record in your account balance.
Outgoing bank transfers from Chase business customers
Transfer any amount of money from a business account at Chase Bank to any other account. Chase Bank Transfer Service allows primary bank account owners to make transfers from any Internet-based computer without the need for any software. A fee is applied for each transfer made.
- Sign up online at “Chase Online for Business”.
- Go to the “Payments and Transfers” page and click on the “Transfers” tab.
- Click the “Activate Transfer Service” link, then accept the Legal Transfer Agreement.
- Register the relevant recipient information: name, address, bank routing number, account number and amount to transfer. Make transfers according to the limit point for faster service.
There is no cost for a Chase customer to receive bank transfers.
Outgoing transfers are not made until there is enough money in the account to cover the amount of the transfer.