Withdrawing money from a bank account is easily accomplished--if you have the legal right to access the account. Withdrawals can be made in a variety of ways, including through in-person bank visits and electronic transactions. You can also legally withdraw money from someone else's account with a court order.
Make ATM Withdrawals
Get Cash Back With Purchases
Wire Money Electronically
Make an Online Transfer
You can transfer money over the Internet using your online banking account. Log onto the system and click on "Transfer Money" or a similar tab. Follow the prompts to indicate how much money you want sent from your account and where. Provide the receiving account's routing number and account number when prompted.
Withdraw From Another Account
If you win a lawsuit against another party in a civil case you may be awarded a judgment. A judgment may grant you the right to withdraw money from the other person's bank account through a procedure called garnishment. A court order signed by the judge is necessary for garnishment.
Robert Lee has been an entrepreneur and writer with a background in starting small businesses since 1974. He has written for various websites and for several daily and community newspapers on a wide variety of topics, including business, the Internet economy and more. He studied English in college and earned a Bachelor of Arts in liberal arts from Governor's State University.