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Extend purchasing power to your workforce.

You need a fast, efficient and easy way for your employees, contractors and external consultants, who don't have a corporate credit card, to pay for unplanned purchases like travel, project expenses and office supplies.

With U.S. Bank Instant Card® you can extend a temporary virtual credit card to anyone in your organization, anywhere, instantly and keep your operations moving.

What are the features and benefits of using Instant Card?

Simple to use

With one click, recipients can download the Instant Card into their mobile wallet for in-store purchases or securely view full card details to make online purchases.

Instant access to funds

Once downloaded, funds are available to use immediately. There’s no waiting for a physical plastic card.

Fast, temporary solution

Easily and quickly send a temporary virtual credit card to make business purchases without using a personal credit card.

Maintain control and visibility

Set card limits and expiration dates to protect against fraud and misuse. Readily review transactions online in U.S. Bank Access® Online.

From set up to payment, using Instant Card is easy.

With just a few simple steps, you can send an Instant Card to anyone in your organization who needs it.

How does Instant Card work?

Instant Card uses a mobile app to send a temporary virtual card directly into a user’s mobile wallet for immediate use.

Step 1:

Enter basic recipient details, set the credit limit and expiration date.

Step 2:

Push the temporary, virtual credit card to the recipient through the Instant Card app.

Step 3:

View the account details on a smart device or download into a mobile wallet.

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Disclosures

Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

Apple, iPhone, iPad, Apple Pay, Touch ID and Face ID are registered trademarks, App Store is a registered service mark, and Apple Wallet is a trademark, of Apple Inc.

The creditor and issuer of U.S. Bank charge cards is U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to separate licenses from Visa U.S.A., Inc., and Mastercard® International Inc.

Notice: Foreign-denominated transactions are subject to foreign currency exchange risk. Customers are not protected against foreign currency exchange rate fluctuations by FDIC insurance, or any other insurance or guaranty program.

The foregoing products are available solely for business transactions and not for personal, family or household transactions.