Wire Transfers

A wire transfer is usually the quickest method of transferring money from one person or financial institution to another since it’s electronic. You can wire funds anywhere throughout the United States as well as to many places internationally. You can also receive incoming wires into your account.


How to send a wire transfer:

The first step is to get wiring instructions from the person or business you are wiring money to. They will need to call their financial institution and ask for their wiring instructions. Be sure to get the receiving financial institution’s name, address and routing number. You’ll also need the full name of the person or business who is receiving the wired funds along with their account number.

Once you have this information, stop by any Linn Area branch or give us a call and explain that you’d like to set up a wire transfer. State that you have the wiring instructions from the receiving financial.

Linn Area Credit Union charges a $15.00 fee to wire within the United States and $35.00 for international wires.

Cutoff time for outgoing wires (domestic and international): 1:00 pm


How to receive a wire transfer:

To receive a wire transfer, please provide the following information to the business or individual sending the wire.

NCB, FSB
139 South High Street, Hillsboro, OH 45133
Routing Number: #242272227
for further credit to:
…..
Linn Area Credit Union
3015 Blairs Ferry Rd NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Account Number: #273972897
for further credit to:
…..
Member’s Name, Account #, $ Amount of transfer

 

Linn Area does not charge any fees to receive a wire.

Note: There is no guarantee on how long a wire will take. It can happen on the same day if the funds are wired early and the wiring instructions are accurate.


How to receive an international wire transfer:

To receive a foreign wire transfer, please provide the following information to the business or individual sending the wire. Please note: There are two sets of info! One is for receiving U.S. dollars, and the other is for receiving foreign funds. Be sure to provide the correct information.

To receive U.S. DOLLARS:

Wire transfer funds in U.S. dollars:
Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
San Francisco, CA
SWIFT Code: WFBIUS6S
For further credit to:
…..
NCB, FSB
139 South High Street, Hillsboro, OH 45133
Routing Number: #242272227
for further credit to:
…..
Linn Area Credit Union
3015 Blairs Ferry Rd NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Account Number: #273972897
for further credit to:
…..
Member’s Name, Account #, $ Amount of transfer

To receive FOREIGN FUNDS:

Wire transfer funds in foreign funds to:
Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
San Francisco, CA
SWIFT Code: WFBIUS6WFFX
For further credit to:
…..
NCB, FSB
139 South High Street, Hillsboro, OH 45133
Routing Number: #242272227
for further credit to:
…..
Linn Area Credit Union
3015 Blairs Ferry Rd NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Account Number: #273972897
for further credit to:
…..
Member’s Name, Account #, $ Amount of transfer

 

International wires may take longer than a domestic wire.
These are both checks written or printed by the credit union and both are considered “guaranteed funds.” Money orders generally do not exceed $1,000. Both of these items are available at our walk-in locations for $2 each.
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