A key bank routing number was found in a phone used by a former employee of a key bank.
The National Enquirer reported on Wednesday that the routing number belonged to the bank routing company of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and it had been in the possession of the former bank’s former employee.
It’s not clear if the former employee was connected to the former branch or branch, but it’s possible that he or she may have provided the routing numbers to the New York branch.
The New York Fed said in a statement that it is “actively investigating the issue” and that the former manager has been removed from the bank.
Bank routing numbers are used to determine where a bank can transfer money from a branch to another branch.
It’s also used to identify customers with different banking addresses.