Your smartphone has more in common with your computer than with your old mobile phone. Criminals know you're literally carrying a small PC in your pocket and will do all they can to access your personal information. Following a few simple steps you can dramatically reduce your risk of having your money and identity stolen. See the tabs below for suggestions. To protect the security of your U.S. Bank account, we’ve expanded our authentication options to now include ﬁngerprint scan, one-time passcode, visual pattern and facial recognition.
Call 877.595.6256 immediately to report lost or stolen U.S. Bank credit and debit cards.
Report missing replacement cards
When your card expires, we will send you a new one. If your mail is stolen, your new card may fall into the wrong hands. Call us if you don’t receive a replacement card before the expiration date listed on your current card.
Monitor your statements closely, and immediately report any transactions you don’t recognize to the U.S. Bank Fraud Liaison Center at 877.595.6256.
Consider signing up for U.S. Bank’s free security alerts service to help you identify and stop potential fraud. Learn more about U.S. Bank security alerts.
Report suspicious activity online
Log in to Online banking, then select Customer Service Center” on the left menu.
Select "Report Account Issues".
Select the link that addresses your specific issue.