Using a wire transfer is a good option if you need to send money quickly and securely. Customers of Webster Bank can take advantage of its wire transfer services to send money the same day to a third party.
Over the Phone
Via the Website
You can also set up wire transfers online through Webster Bank’s online portal. To sign up for Webster Online Services, click “enroll now” and enter your name, address, email, phone, date of birth, Social Security number, driver’s license number and Webster Bank account number. You need the receiver’s name as well as his bank’s name and routing number and his account number. The online system lets you schedule your wire transfer for the same day or for a future date. Additionally, you can set up recurring and repeat transfers and view all pending transfers to make any changes as needed.
- Webster Bank: Webster Online Services
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