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Text Banking

Text Banking gives you smart banking without a smartphone.

Smart banking without a smartphone.

Get your account information no matter what phone is in your pocket. Text banking lets you get the facts about your accounts the moment you need them. It’s secure and it’s free.

Text to USBANK (872265)

Use these commands to get information instantly. (Text commands are not case sensitive.)

BAL Check your balance.

HIST See recent transactions.

ATM Find an ATM based on your location.

BRANCH Find the nearest U.S. Bank branch.

MORE Continues if there are more results returned than can be shown in one text.

HELP Get help for text banking.

GET APP Receive a link to download the U.S. Bank Mobile App from the app store for the device you're using. The app delivers a more comprehensive mobile-banking experience and is recommended for users of iPhone®, iPad®, and Android smartphones.

How to sign up for text banking:

  • In online banking: From the top menu bar, select Products and Services > Mobile Banking > Enroll in Text Banking.
  • OR

  • In the U.S. Bank Mobile App: From the main menu, choose Settings > Services & Alerts > Enroll in Text Banking.

Standard messaging charges apply through your mobile carrier.
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Mobile Security

Your privacy is always protected. No personal or financial information will be stored on your phone and all wireless communications are securely encrypted.

Online Risk-Free Guarantee

We're confident in the security of U.S. Bank mobile banking. We'll cover any losses from unauthorized use of your account. That's our Online Risk-Free Guarantee.

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