Send money across the country.
Middlesex makes sending and receiving money simple and secure. Here is the information you will need to have a wire sent to your Middlesex account.
Domestic Wire Transfer – To Middlesex Savings Bank
SENDING funds via Wire Transfer can be done through Business Online Banking, any Middlesex branch, or by calling the customer information center at 1-877-463-6287.
When RECEIVING funds to your Middlesex account from another financial institution within the U.S., provide the following information to the sender.
Incoming Domestic Wires
Middlesex Savings Bank
Federal Reserve Bank Short Name
Middlesex Savings Bank's ABA Routing Number
Middlesex Savings Bank's Address
6 Main Street, Natick, Massachusetts 01760
Beneficiary Account Number
Your Middlesex Savings Bank account number
The name of your account as it appears on your bank statement
Your address as it appears on your bank statement
Wire transfers are subject to fees. Please refer to the Middlesex Business Fee Schedule for details.
Several financial institutions may be involved in the transfer of funds internationally and each often assesses their own fees. Locking in the foreign exchange currency rate guarantees the amount being sent, but does not prevent other types of fees from being deducted from the amount of the wire prior to Middlesex's receipt of the funds. Middlesex Savings Bank does not have specific information about what other financial institutions charge, and is not able to control the assessment of those fees.
For additional information, please call our local customer information center at 1-877-463-6287. We're open Monday through Friday from 7a.m. to 9p.m. and Saturday from 8:30a.m. to 3p.m