Wire Transfers

Wire Transfers

A Wire Transfer is a fast and easy way to move funds between your TSB accounts and accounts at other banks.

Receiving Funds from a Foreign Bank?

It’s easy to receive funds from a foreign bank and credit your Territorial Savings Bank checking or savings account – just complete our Incoming Foreign Wires Form, print the Payment Details page, and provide it to the sending bank.

Receiving Funds from a U.S. Bank?

To receive a wire transfer from a U.S. bank to credit  your Territorial Savings Bank account, please provide Territorial’s ABA Routing Number: 321370707 to the sending bank.

Want to Send Funds from your Territorial Savings Bank Account?

If you would like to send an Outgoing Wire Transfer to an account at another bank, please visit any of our Territorial Savings Bank branches for assistance.

Information We’ll Need to Send a Wire Transfer:

You will need to provide the following information about yourself and the recipient of the Wire Transfer:

For Domestic Wires:

  • Beneficiary Information (Name, Address, etc.)
  • Beneficiary Bank Information (Routing Number, Account Number, etc.)
  • Phone Number(s)
  • Purpose of the Wire

For Foreign Wires:

  • Additional information may be required. Please visit one of our branches for more information

Helpful Tips to Prevent Fraud:

  • Many scammers use wire transfers to commit fraud because wire transfers are instant and often irreversible. Fraudsters can move money from your account faster than you can imagine. To protect yourself, consider these tips:
    • Never give out your bank account information, credit or debit card numbers, or Social Security Number to anyone you don’t know and trust. Never send this information to anyone via text or email.
    • Never wire money to people you don’t know.
    • Never wire money to people you have not met face-to-face.
  • Beware of common scams:
    • Someone who claims to be a relative (or helping a relative) in a distant location who needs you to wire funds due to an emergency (car accident, hospitalization, legal trouble). Ask for a phone number you can call them back at. Then, independently verify if the situation is legitimate (call your family members and verify the situation) before you commit to send funds.
    • Someone you’ve met online, who you believe is a friend or love interest, may only be fooling you to win your trust and convince you to wire them funds. If you’ve never met them face-to-face, you can’t be sure they are who they say they are. Don’t fall for this common fraud.
    • If they offer excess money for items you’re selling on Social Media platforms (i.e. Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, etc.)

Always remember that some scammers may take years before they request for any type of money.