Brazil bank number and ISPB Code Checker

Enter the Brazil bank number or ISPB you want to validate:

example: 077 or 00416968
   
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How to use Brazil bank number checker


Your bank information is safe as we do not store or view any data you entered.

You can use the bank code checker if you have a bank number already and want to validate it. To validate the bank number, type the code in the specified field above

Make sure that the bank number follows the proper format. The length should be 3 characters for Bank Number or 8 characters for ISPB without spaces or dashes

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Brazil Bank numbers - FAQs


What are Brazil bank numbers (codigo do banco)?

The Brazil bank number which is most commonly used is the numero do banco or código do banco - a 3 digit code which shows which bank holds a specific account.

Some banks may also allow customers to use the ISPB number - the Identificador do Sistema de Pagamento Brasileiro - when arranging a TED or DOC payment. This is an 8 digit code, which is used in the same way as the shorter bank code, to guide payments to the right recipient account.

What are Brazil bank numbers used for?

Brazil bank numbers are needed whenever you send money from one bank to another in Brazil, or if you make an international payment to an account in Brazil.

When you arrange a payment, you’ll be asked to give some details including the recipient’s name, bank account number and bank code. The bank code is used by the bank or third party provider which processes the transfer, to make sure the payment goes to the correct institution - while the account number and name are used to check the payment lands in the right account in the end.

What happens if you provide a wrong bank number (codigo do banco)?

It’s well worth checking the bank number before you arrange a payment, using the handy online tools available here.

Using the wrong bank code for your transfer might mean that your TED or DOC payment is automatically cancelled, resulting in unnecessary delays. Your money will usually be returned to your account - however, you may still have to pay processing fees.

About the Brazil bank number Checker Tool


The Bank number tool checks the validity of your code based on our complete database. The tool is provided for informational purposes only.

Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important payment, which is time critical, we recommend to contact your bank first.