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Payments & Transfers: Business Domestic Wires

How do I set up an account for a Business Domestic Wire Transfer?

You must be enrolled to access the Business Domestic Wires service. To enroll, visit the Document Center on the Service Center main page to download the Request for Wire Transfer Service form. You may also call Customer Service at 800-273-1057. Or stop by your nearest BBVA branch for more information.

  • 1. Move your mouse over the Payments & Transfers tab, and then click on Business Domestic Wires. Then select the Manage Accounts tab. If you have previously added any accounts for business domestic wires they will be displayed on the Manage Accounts tab.
  • 2. To add a new account for business domestic wires transfers, place your mouse over the Add Account button and click to select.
  • 3. Click your mouse inside the Name on Account box on the Add Account page and type the name as it appears on the account to which you will be sending wires.
  • 4. To give the account an easy-to-remember name, click your mouse inside the Nickname box and type your nickname (optional).
  • 5. Enter the address information of the business wires recipient owner in the Address boxes.
  • 6. Move your mouse over the down arrow in the Account Type box and click to display account types. You can choose Checking, Savings or Money Market. Move your mouse over your choice then click.
  • 7. Click inside the ABA Routing Number box. Enter the nine-digit routing number for the account you are adding. You will find the routing number in the lower left-hand corner of a check or deposit slip. If you don’t own this account, you may have to get this information from the account holder.
  • 8. If you have entered a valid ABA Routing Number, the Bank Name box should automatically display the name of the bank related to the Routing Number you entered in Step 7.
  • 9. Next, click inside the Account Number field. Enter the account number for the account you are adding. You will find the account number next to the bank routing number at the bottom of a check or deposit slip. If you don’t own this account, you may have to get this information from the account holder.
  • 10. If you would like to add any additional information about the transfer, such as instructions for the payee, enter in the For Further Credit box. There is a 149 character limit for your message.
  • 11. If an Intermediary Bank is required to process your transactions, click on the Add Intermediary Bank link.
  • 12. Enter the information for the Intermediary Bank in the associated fields. Click the Next button to continue.
  • 13. Click the Submit button. You will receive an Account Added message when the new account has been successfully added.
How do I send a Business Domestic Wire Transfer?

You must be enrolled to access the Business Domestic Wires service. To enroll, visit the Document Center on the Service Center main page to download the Request for Wire Transfer Service form. You may also call Customer Service at 800-273-1057. Or stop by your nearest BBVA Compass branch for more information.

  • 1. Move your mouse over the Payments & Transfers tab, and then click on Business Domestic Wires.
  • 2. For Step 1, click on the Make Transfer tab, select the account from which you would like to make the wire transfer by clicking on the down arrow next to the From box. Move your mouse over one of the accounts displayed, and then click to choose the account.
  • 3. To select the account to which you would like to make the transfer, click the down arrow next to the To box. Move your mouse over one of the accounts displayed, and then click to choose the account.
  • 4. Click your mouse inside the Amount field and enter the dollar amount you would like to send. Click the down arrow in the Frequency field and then select how often you would like to make this transfer. If you select a frequency of more than One-Time, click in the Number of Transactions field and type in the number of transactions you would like to schedule.
  • 5. Click on the Calendar Tool icon to display the available dates that your wire transfer can be made. Move your mouse over the date you have chosen and click that date. If you choose a frequency of Monthly, you also have another option instead of using the calendar tool. Click on the Last Day of the Month button, then click on the down arrow and select the month you wish to start the transfers.
  • 6. Delivery Speed and Delivery/Effective Date are automatically set by default to Same Day for the date you chose in the Calendar Tool in the previous step.
  • 7. In the Memo field you may enter a short message the recipient will see when they receive the transfer. When finished, click the Next button.
  • 8. In Step 2, if you are an approver for the transaction, you will need to verify the transaction with a One-time Security Code that will be delivered to you via text message to your mobile phone or to your Primary Email Address. Enter this code in the One-time Security Code box. Click the Submit button.
  • 9. At Step 3, a Request Received page will display when your transfer request has been accepted and will include a reference number for your records. When finished, click OK.
How do I make multiple Business Domestic Wire Transfers?
  • 1. Move your mouse over the Payments & Transfers tab, and then click on Business Domestic Wires.
  • 2. For Step 1, click on the Make Multiple Transfers tab. Select the account from which you would like to make the wire transfer by clicking on the down arrow next to the From box. Move your mouse over one of the accounts displayed, and then click to choose the account.
  • 3. To select the account to which you would like to make the transfer, click the down arrow next to the Select box under the TO column. Move your mouse over one of the accounts displayed, and then click to choose the account.
  • 4. Click your mouse inside the Amount field and enter the dollar amount you would like to send.
  • 5. Click on the Calendar Tool icon under the Send Date column to display the available dates that your transfer can be made. Move your mouse over the date you have chosen and click that date.
  • 6. In the Memo field you may enter a short message the recipient will see when they receive the transfer. When finished, click the Next button.
  • 7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 above for each transfer you would like to make. If you need to make more transfers, click on the Add More button.
  • 8. In Step 2, if you are an approver for the transaction, you will need to verify the transaction with a Security Code that will be delivered to you via text message to your mobile phone or to your Primary Email Address. Note that text messaging is the delivery method if you have opted in to text message alerts. Enter this code in the One-time Security Code box. Click the Submit button.
  • 9. At Step 3, a confirmation page will display when your transfer requests have been received, and will include a reference number for your records. When finished, click OK.
How do I edit a scheduled Business Wire Transfer?
  • 1. Move your mouse over the Payments & Transfers tab, and then click on Business Domestic Wires.
  • 2. Transactions that have not been sent will be listed in the Scheduled Transactions box. Click on the Transaction Detail icon next to the transaction you would like to edit, located on the right-hand side of the transaction row. The transaction you have selected will expand and display the details related to that transaction. Please note that Transactions that require approval will not be shown in Scheduled Transactions until they have been approved.
  • 3. For Step 1, move your mouse over the Edit button and click to open the Edit Transfer page.
  • 4. You can change the Amount, Frequency and Date of the transfer in the corresponding boxes.
  • 5. When finished making any changes, click on the Next button to continue.
  • 6. In Step 2, if you are an approver for the transaction, you will need to verify the transaction changes you’ve made with a One-time Security Code that will be delivered to you via text message to your mobile phone or to your Primary Email Address. Enter this code in the One-time Security Code box. Click the Submit button.
  • 7. At Step 3, a confirmation page will display when your transfer requests have been received, and will include a reference number for your records. When finished, click OK.
How do I delete a scheduled Business Wire Transfer?
  • 1. Move your mouse over the Payments & Transfers tab, and then click on Business Domestic Wires.
  • 2. Transactions that have not been sent will be listed in the Scheduled Transactions box. Click on the Transaction Detail icon next to the transaction you would like to delete, located on the right-hand side of the transaction row. The transaction you have selected will expand and display the details related to that transaction. Please note that Transactions that require approval will not be shown in Scheduled Transfers until they have been approved.
  • 3. Click on the Delete button. The Delete a Business Domestic Wire Transfer page will open. Click the Next button to continue.
  • 4. Click a Payment Deleted message will be displayed, indicating that the transaction was successfully removed. Click the OK button to return to the Business Domestic Wires page.
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