All FAQs

Getting Started

Your Armed Forces Bank routing number is 101108319.

Here are two options you have to access your account number:

Call (866) 985-2273 to activate your card.

You can set up a direct deposit for your Armed Forces Bank account by contacting your employer with the bank name, routing number 101108319, and your account number. If you need to look up your account number:

To order checks, login to Digital Banking, select Services then Check Reorder. You may also call or visit a branch for assistance.

We know life can be hectic. That's why we offer our Telebank service that provides account information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can get balance information, transfer funds between accounts, identify pending deposits and even listen to your most recent transactions. All you need is a touch tone phone. Plus, the service is absolutely free. Simply dial (888) 929-2265, enter your account number, identify the type of account and your Telebank PIN.  It's that easy.

For assistance obtaining your Telebank PIN, login to Digital Banking and send us a message. Or call or visit a branch for assistance.

Saving Cents is a program where we round up every purchase you make with your Visa® debit card to the nearest dollar, then transfer those cents to your savings account. With each transaction, you can add an additional $1 to as much as $5.

To sign up for the Armed Forces Bank Savings Cents program, login to Digital Banking and send us a message. Or, you may call or visit a branch for assistance.  

To send a wire transfer, you will need the following:

  • Funds available for transfer.
  • The recipient's name, address, and account number.
  • The recipient's bank name, bank address, and bank routing number or swift code.

You may also send a Wire Transfer in Digital Banking. To get started or to request assistance, login to Digital Banking.

If you’d like to send the wire in person at a branch near you, please bring a valid photo ID.

If you’d like to send the wire over the phone, you will need to have a Wire Transfer Agreement on file.

Dollar limits may apply.