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COMMERCE BANK Routing Number : 114909903

Routing Number

114909903

Bank COMMERCE BANK
Address 5800 SAN DARIO
City LAREDO
State TX
Zip Code 78041-0000
Telephone 956-724-1616
Office Code COMMERCE BANK
Record Type Code 1 #
Change Date 093010
(MMDDYY)
Date of last change to CRF information
Institution Status Code 1 *
#Record Type Code: The code indicating the ABA number to be used to route or send ACH items to the RFI
  • 0 = Institution is a Federal Reserve Bank
  • 1 = Send items to customer routing number
  • 2 = Send items to customer using new routing number field
*Institution Status Code : Code is based on the customers receiver code
  • 1=Receives Gov/Comm

List of COMM Branches in the City LAREDO-TX

TEXAS COMMUNITY BANK - 6721_MCPHERSON_RD - 78041 - Routing Number: 114011011
COMMERCE BANK - 5800_SAN_DARIO - 78041 - Routing Number: 114909903
TEXAS COMMUNITY BANK - 6721_MCPHERSON_RD - 78041 - Routing Number: 114924810
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