Ameris Bank Online Banking
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Ameris Bank Online Banking

Ameris Bank is a subsidiary of Ameris Bancorp, a US based bank that is headquartered in Moultrie, Georgia. The bank was founded in 1971 and has assets worth about $5.3 billion. Ameris Bank has over 100 full-service banking and mortgage locations in Alabama, South Carolina, Florida, and Georgia

Ameris Bank offers a number of treasury management services to its customers including wire transfers. For a wire transfer between Ameris Bank and other US banks, you must provide the ABA routing number. A swift code or BIC code is required for international transfers.

Routing Number




Routing Number On Check

The routing number for Ameris Bank can be found at the bottom left hand corner of all personal and business checks. Here is an illustration:


Routing number on check

Routing number on check

How to Wire Funds

Ameris Bank offers a quick and easy way to initiate a wire transfer through your online banking profile. To learn more go to the online banking demo and click on the “Transfer and payments” tab. You can also contact a local banker or visit a branch near you. You should confirm with customer service before initiating a transaction since wire transfers attract a processing fee. You require the following information to carry out a wire transfer:

Incoming Domestic Transfer

  • Ameris Bank address- Ameris Bank, P.O. Box 3668 | Moultrie, GA 31776-3668
  • Ameris Bank account number
  • Ameris Bank ABA routing number

Outgoing Domestic Transfer

  • Account number and name of the beneficiary
  • Address and name of receiving bank
  • Routing number for the receiving bank

Incoming International Wire Transfer

  • Account number and name of the beneficiary
  • Ameris Bank address
  • Ameris Bank Routing number
  • Ameris Bank Swift Code (Contact customer service for details)

Outgoing International Wire Transfer

  • Beneficiary’s name
  • Account number of the beneficiary
  • Name and address of the receiving bank
  • Swift address of receiving bank