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The other bank knows, but is protecting their customer's privacy Th fact that a routing number was needed says it is a completely different bank. Your bank is not privy to customer data at other banks. The other bank has no earthly reason to share with your bank. And especially no reason to share with you, since that could only end badly for them. They will,...


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If you have a routing number, you can almost always do a Google search and figure out what bank the money went to. Routing numbers are public information. You won't be able to determine who owns the particular account the money went into however. Your bank won't know who the destination account belongs to either. If the police get a warrant, they can ask ...


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