A money order is a prepaid check written to a specific recipient. These funds are guaranteed and paid in full up front, so they can’t bounce like a personal check. Wolf River Community Bank customers can pay for the amount printed on the face of the money order with cash or funds in their bank account.
Similar to a money order, a cashier’s check is often used for larger purchases over $1,000. Wolf River Community Bank customers can pay for the amount printed on the face of the cashier’s check with cash or funds in their bank account.
Accumulated a lot of coins? We can count the coins and exchange it for dollar bills or you can deposit the money into your Wolf River Community Bank account.
Deposit funds, such as employment wages, tax refunds and retirement payments, directly into your Wolf River Community Bank account. To set up direct deposit, you will need to provide the recipient with the name of our bank (Wolf River Community Bank), our routing number (#075972105) and your personal checking/savings account number.
Access Account Information 24/7 on the Wolf Line: 833-423-0341 or through your online or mobile banking.
To complete an incoming, domestic wire transfer, you will need to include the following:
Receiving Bank – FED Field 3400
ABA Number: 075912479
Bank Name: Bankers’ Bank
7700 Mineral Point Rd.
Madison, WI 53717
Beneficiary Bank – FED Field 4100
ABA Number: 075972105
Bank Name: Wolf River Community Bank
309 E. Main St.
Hortonville, WI 54944
Beneficiary – FED Field 4200
Bankers’ Bank is a Correspondent Bank. To avoid having your wire returned, please use this format. The ‘Receiving Bank’ information identifies Bankers’ Bank, which is where the wire will need to go first. Please use Wolf River Community Bank as the Beneficiary FI (FED Field 4100). These instructions are for incoming, domestic wires only. Please be advised that Wolf River Community Bank charges an incoming wire fee of $15 for domestic wires.