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Bank-to-Bank Transfer

Transfer

A fast and easy way to move money

Bank-to-Bank Transfer is a secure, convenient, and fast way to transfer funds to and from your Washington Trust accounts, to accounts you have with any financial institution in the United States. This includes banks, credit unions and most brokerage accounts.

Start managing your finances more efficiently. When you use Bank-to-Bank transfer, you can:

  • Eliminate the need to contact other financial institutions to request funds to be sent to your Washington Trust accounts
  • Set up recurring transfers for extra peace of mind
  • See complete, detailed transaction progress tracking and receive email confirmations and alerts of your completed transfers

Free transfers into your Washington Trust accounts!

When you use the Bank-to-Bank Transfer service there are no transaction fees if you transfer money into your Washington Trust accounts from your non-Washington Trust accounts. A $3.00 transaction fee will be charged for each outbound transfer from your Washington Trust accounts to your non-Washington Trust accounts.

Get started today!

If you're a Washington Trust online banking user, just click here to log into online banking and get started. Just choose "Bank-to-Bank Transfer" from your online banking menu.

Questions?

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions.

Need further assistance?

Help is available anytime if you have questions on Bank-to-Bank Transfers or your accounts. Please call our Customer Service Center at 401-348-1200 or 800-475-2265, or click here to contact us.

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System Maintenance

December 21, 2014
10:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Due to system maintenance, Online Banking and Mobile Banking will be unavailable on Sunday December 21, 2014 between the hours of 10:00 PM and 11:00 PM