How to Wire Money from Bank of America
Brian avatar
Written by Brian
Updated over a week ago

If you need to transfer a large amount of money into your Slash account quickly, the best way is generally via Wire Transfer. A Wire Transfer is the transfer of funds directly from one account to another. This transfer type is generally used for:

  1. Transfers that need to be completed urgently.

  2. Moving large amounts of money.

To initiate a Wire Transfer, you will need to visit both your banking app, and your Slash account. If you want to make sure that your funds are transferred into Slash same day, make sure to initiate your transfer before your bank’s cutoff time, and select same day service.

In Slash

  1. Log into your Slash dashboard, choose the account to add funds to (Personal or Business) by using the toggle in the top left corner.

  2. At the top right of your dashboard, Click Move Money, then Add Funds

  3. Select Wire/ACH

Save the details displayed on screen, and navigate to your Bank of America bank online portal

In Bank of America

With the information from your Slash account, log into your Bank of America and follow these steps:

  1. Hover over the Transfer I Zelle® tab, then select Transfer, then To/From Other Banks (includes wire)

  2. Click I Agree to the service agreement

  3. Select Add Account/Recipient if this is your first wire into your Slash account

  4. Choose A business account when asked the type of wire

  5. Key in your name and billing address as listed in Slash, then the Slash account and routing number found in step 4 in the Slash section above

  6. Click Add Account

  7. Now you are ready to initiate the transfer! Select your from and to accounts (Slash being the recipient), then key in the amount

  8. Note here you will be able to see the estimated arrival date of the funds to your Slash account. Confirm the details and click Submit Transfer

Please note that the above instructions are subject to change as per the discretion of Bank of America, and are the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. For the most up to date instructions, please check the Bank of America website here,

Did this answer your question?