Interested in switching your accounts to Susquehanna Bank, but not sure how
to get started? That’s why we’ve developed the Susquehanna Switch Kit,
a step-by-step checklist to help make your transition to a new Susquehanna Bank
account quick and easy.
If we can be of any assistance throughout the transition, please call any of our
branch locations or our customer service center at
Thank you for choosing Susquehanna Bank. We value and appreciate your business!
Download the complete Switch Kit that includes all the forms
in a PDF.
You may fill out the forms online and then print or download all the forms and complete
them by hand.
The PDF contains; Susquehanna Overview, Helpful Numbers and Web addresses, Direct
Deposit Authorization Change Form, Automatic Payment or Withdrawal Change Form,
and Account Closing Form
Routing and Account Numbers...How to find them:
The bank’s routing number is the 9-digit number located in the bottom left corner
of your check.
Your account number is the set of numbers appearing just after the routing number
or to the left of the check sequence number. Although your Account Number may contain
spaces and symbols, do not type them.
Just follow these simple steps.
- 1) Open an account online, in a branch, or on the phone.
2) Sign up for Susquehanna online banking.
- Easily track your direct deposits, automatic withdrawals or payments and checks
as they clear your Susquehanna Bank account. If you have not already enrolled,
you may complete the application online or visit a branch.
3) Stop using your former account and begin using your new Susquehanna Bank
account as soon as possible.
- Be sure to leave sufficient funds in your former account until all of your checks
have cleared and any automatic withdrawals have been successfully transferred to
4) Change your Direct Deposits to Susquehanna Bank.
5) Change your Automatic Payments or Withdrawals to Susquehanna Bank.
6) Close your former account at the other institution.
- Use our Account Closing Form to close your account at the other banking institution.
- Once you close your account at the other institution, remember to shred or destroy
any old checks for security purposes.