You can find your checking account number with any one of these methods:

  • Online Banking: After logging into online banking, go to Accounts > Accounts and choose your checking account. Then choose Account Details. Look for the MICR Account Number.
  • myPCFCU App: On the main screen (the Accounts screen) choose your checking account and select Details. Look for the MICR Account Number.
  • Your Checks: If you have Pacific Crest checks then your checking account number is located on the bottom of the check. The three numbers at the bottom are your routing number (323274704), your checking account number, and the individual check number.

Still have questions? Call us at 800.570.0265.

An automatic payment is any payment that is directly pulled out of your account using your account and routing number or a debit card on a regular basis. Common examples are utility bills, car insurance and rent. You will need to contact each company and supply them with your account and routing number or your debit card number for them to set up automatic payments.

Pacific Crest offers a Billpay service that can be used to make payments to any company or individual on your behalf. Within Online Banking or using the myPCFCU App, choose Transfer & Pay > Billpay to get started. You will need the company or individual’s name and address, billing account number, and payment amount.

If you know your current pin, call 888.810.8582. If you have forgotten or lost your current PIN you can call us at 800.570.0265.

We limit withdrawals to $1,000 per day.

The routing number for Pacific Crest is 323274704.

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We are happy to answer your questions. Please give us a call at 800.570.0265.

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