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Aberdeen Agar Akaska
Alcester Alexandria Allen
Alpena Amherst Andover
Arlington Armour Artesian
Ashton Astoria Aurora
Avon Badger Baltic
Barnard Batesland Bath
Belle Fourche Belvidere Beresford
Big Stone City Bison Black Hawk
Blunt Bonesteel Bowdle
Box Elder Bradley Brandon
Brandt Brentford Bridgewater
Bristol Britton Brookings
Bruce Bryant Buffalo
Buffalo Gap Bullhead Burbank
Burke Camp Crook Canistota
Canova Canton Caputa
Carpenter Carthage Castlewood
Cavour Centerville Chamberlain
Chancellor Cherry Creek Chester
Claire City Claremont Clark
Clear Lake Colman Colome
Colton Columbia Conde
Corona Corsica Cresbard
Crooks Custer Dallas
Dante Davis De Smet
Deadwood Dell Rapids Delmont
Dimock Doland Draper
Dupree Eagle Butte Eden
Edgemont Egan Elk Point
Elkton Ellsworth Afb Emery
Enning Erwin Estelline
Ethan Eureka Fairburn
Fairfax Fairview Faith
Faulkton Fedora Ferney
Flandreau Florence Fort Meade
Fort Pierre Fort Thompson Frankfort
Frederick Freeman Fulton
Gann Valley Garden City Garretson
Gary Gayville Geddes
Gettysburg Glencross Glenham
Goodwin Gregory Grenville
Groton Hamill Harrisburg
Harrison Harrold Hartford
Hayes Hayti Hazel
Hecla Henry Hermosa
Herreid Herrick Highmore
Hill City Hitchcock Holabird
Hosmer Hot Springs Houghton
Hoven Howard Howes
Hudson Humboldt Hurley
Huron Ideal Interior
Ipswich Irene Iroquois
Isabel Java Jefferson
Kadoka Kaylor Keldron
Kennebec Keystone Kimball
Kranzburg Kyle Labolt
Lake Andes Lake City Lake Norden
Lake Preston Lane Langford
Lantry Lead Lebanon
Lemmon Lennox Leola
Lesterville Letcher Little Eagle
Lodgepole Long Lake Long Valley
Lower Brule Ludlow Lyons
Madison Manderson Mansfield
Marion Martin Marty
Marvin Mc Intosh Mc Laughlin
Meadow Mellette Menno
Midland Milbank Milesville
Miller Mission Mission Hill
Mitchell Mobridge Monroe
Montrose Morristown Mound City
Mount Vernon Mud Butte Murdo
Nemo New Effington New Holland
New Underwood Newell Nisland
Norris North Sioux City Northville
Nunda Oacoma Oelrichs
Oglala Okaton Okreek
Oldham Olivet Onaka
Onida Oral Orient
Ortley Owanka Parker
Parkston Parmelee Peever
Philip Pickstown Piedmont
Pierpont Pierre Pine Ridge
Plankinton Platte Pollock
Porcupine Prairie City Presho
Pringle Pukwana Quinn
Ralph Ramona Rapid City
Raymond Redfield Redig
Ree Heights Reliance Renner
Reva Revillo Ridgeview
Rockham Roscoe Rosebud
Rosholt Roslyn Rowena
Rutland Saint Charles Saint Francis
Saint Lawrence Saint Onge Salem
Scenic Scotland Selby
Seneca Sinai Sioux Falls
Sisseton Smithwick South Shore
Spearfish Spencer Springfield
Stephan Stickney Stockholm
Strandburg Stratford Sturgis
Summit Tabor Tea
Timber Lake Tolstoy Toronto
Trail City Trent Tripp
Tulare Turton Tuthill
Twin Brooks Tyndall Union Center
Utica Vale Valley Springs
Veblen Vermillion Viborg
Vienna Virgil Vivian
Volga Volin Wagner
Wakonda Wakpala Walker
Wall Wallace Wanblee
Warner Wasta Watauga
Watertown Waubay Webster
Wentworth Wessington Wessington Springs
Westport White White Lake
White Owl White River Whitehorse
Whitewood Willow Lake Wilmot
Winfred Winner Witten
Wolsey Wood Woonsocket
Worthing Wounded Knee Yale

ZIP code:

United States Postal Service (USPS) uses ZIP codes as a system for postal codes since 1963. ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan, ZIP is properly written in capital letters and was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently, and therefore more quickly. The term ZIP code was originally registered as a servicemark (a type of trademark) by the U.S. Postal Service.

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Routing Number/RTN/Routing Transit Number: Routing Number is used to facilitate the electronic routing of funds (ACH transfer) from one bank account to another in USA.A Routing Number is a nine-digit numeric code printed on the bottom of checks. It's also referred to as RTN,Routing Transit Number or Bank Routing Number. Read more..
  What is SWIFT Code/BIC Code?
Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication(SWIFT) has defined standard format of Business Identifier Codes which is called as SWIFT code or BIC Code. It acts as a unique identification code for both financial and non-financial institutions. Swift code is used while transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers, and also for the exchange of other messages between banks. SWIFT handles the registration of SWIFT codes across the world. Read more.. List of Bank Routing Numbers (FedACH and Fedwire) for all US Banks
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