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United Business Banking

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We didn’t make it onto Forbes' 2022 list of World's Best Banks for nothing. When it comes to your company, we mean business. Learn how we can work together below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is United Community Bank's routing number?

United Community Bank's ABA routing number is 061112843.

What do I do if I forgot my password?

Click on the Forget Password button on the Password screen after you have entered your Login ID. You will then be prompted to select a target to receive a Secure Access Code (SAC) to your phone or email. Then, enter the random 6 digit code you received on the SAC screen. You will then be prompted to change the password during your log in process. For further assistance, you may also contact Customer Support.     

Note: For your protection, your account will be locked out after 3 invalid password attempts. You will need to contact Customer Support to reset your password if your account has been locked. To contact Customer Support, please call 1-800-UCBANK1 (1-800-822-2651).

Who do I contact if I have questions about my business account?

Our Customer Support representatives are happy to assist you
1-800-UCBANK1
(1-800-822-2651)

For Treasury Management Banking Support:
Call us toll-free at 1-866-270-6100
Monday–Friday 8:30am–5:00pm
Or email us at ecorp@ucbi.com

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