EXAMPLE 1: A signup form for Mexico contains the following information:
#ABM de Banco: 541
Plaza: 123
Número de Cuenta 12345678901
Digito Verificador 3
The coder begins the Routing and Transit Number with 63, followed by the ABM de Banco
(541), followed by 00, followed by the first digit of the ABM de Banco (5), followed
by the U.S. check digit of 2.
The Routing and Transit Number will be 635410052. (The final digit, 2, is the U.S.
check digit for 63541005.)
The coder codes the Depositor Account Number field with the second and third digits
of the ABM de Banco (41), the 3-digit Plaza 123), the 11-digit
Número de Cuenta (12345678901) and the 1-digit Digito Verificador (3).
The Depositor Account Number will be 41123123456789013.
EXAMPLE 2: The beneficiary sends the following information by fax to OIO:
“My CLABE is 856345123456789017.”
The Routing and Transit Number will be 638560080. (The final digit, 0, is the U.S.
check digit for 63856008.)
The Depositor Account Number will be 56345123456789017.
EXAMPLE 3: The enrollment form has an ABM number of 123 and a Debit Card Number (Tarjeta de Débito)
of 4445556667778889.
The coder begins coding the Routing and Transit Number (RTN) with 63, the prefix assigned
to IDD for Mexico.
Next the coder codes the 3-digit ABM number, 123, followed by two zeros (00).
Next comes the first digit of the 16-digit Debit Card number, 4, followed by the U.S.
Check Digit for 63123004, which is 5.
The RTN will be 631230045.
The coder then codes the Depositor Account Number (DAN) field with the remaining 15
digits of the Debit Card Number, 445556667778889.
The DAN will be 445556667778889.