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Share access to your business accounts with employees and other trusted individuals through online banking Shared Access.
Allow users to view balances and transaction details on assigned accounts
Add customized money movement capabilities including internal payments and transfers and/or external bill payments.
With detailed history reports, Shared Access administrators can always keep a pulse on their Shared Access users. A transactions report provides detailed reporting on all transactions that have been initiated by Shared Access users for your business, while a recent activity report helps you keep track of who has access to each account, their access level and daily limits.
Shared Access for Business is a free service for business online banking customers.
Login to online banking with your business user ID.
Under the I’d Like To menu on the left side, select Manage Shared Access. Or, click Customer Service, then select Shared Access.
Note: The Business Shared Access service is only available to business owners or individuals who are authorized to act on behalf of the business. Shared Access Administrators can grant account access to employees and business associates who are existing U.S. Bank customers as well as non-U.S. Bank customers.
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