Business Switch Kit
A simple guide for moving your commercial banking relationship to Bank of Southern California.
We are honored that you selected Bank of Southern California and look forward to supporting your banking needs. The following five step process and accompanying worksheet will help you make the transition seamlessly.
1. Read our simple guide and worksheet
Begin by downloading our step-by-step guide and accompanying worksheet. Intended for your internal use, it will help you track key information needed to switch your old account to Bank of Southern California. Store it in a safe place to protect your sensitive data.
2. Open Your New Account
Complete the Business Information Profile, open your new Bank of Southern California checking account, request your business debit card, and deposit funds into your account.
TIP: Use the accompanying worksheet to record your new account number and routing number. You will need this to switch any recurring payments to your new account.
2. Switch your automatic payments
To transfer your automatic payments, reference the following instructions. If written notification is required, contact your new Bank of Southern California account officer.
Notify your payroll provider and any other companies that process automatic payments from your account. Provide your new account number and routing number.
Inform your merchant services processor or other regular depositors and provide them with your new account number and routing number.
4. Discontinue use of your old account
Reconcile your account and keep it open until all outstanding checks have cleared and you have moved all scheduled payments to your new Bank of Southern California account.
5. Close your old account
Once you have verified that all transactions have cleared, notify your previous bank and close your old account.
Begin Banking with Bank of Southern California.
You have successfully completed all of the steps and we are excited to welcome you to our bank.
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