There are lots of ways to move money into Azlo: you can link an external account and transfer money in, use another account to initiate a transfer into Azlo, or deposit a check. You can also receive international and domestic wires with Azlo.
Link another bank account you own through Azlo
You can link another bank account you own and set up transfers, fee-free. Learn all about this option in the Linking another bank account article.
Initiate a transfer with another account
You can also initiate a transfer through another bank account (if your bank offers this service) or a third-party transfer service like PayPal, Venmo, and the like.
To do this, you’ll likely need your Azlo account and routing numbers. Here’s how to find them:
- On the web, click on your name in the upper right corner. Then click Account settings. You’ll see the last 4 digits of your account and routing number in the upper right corner; click Show account numbers to display the entire number.
- On our mobile app, tap the menu icon in the upper left corner of the screen. This will reveal your account and routing numbers.
Most transfers between banks take 1-5 business days, depending on the direction the funds are moving. The exact timeline varies based on the service you use, and they can likely give you a more detailed estimate.
Deposit a check
If you happen to have a check (from a client, a customer, or pretty much anyone else), you can deposit it in your Azlo account with our mobile app. Head on over to the Depositing a check article for all the details.