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Need to deposit a check? Send money to a friend? Pay your bills on time? Explore additional account solutions? Our secure digital banking tools make managing your money fast and easy. In the U.S. Bank Mobile App or online, it's all at your fingertips – right here, right now.
We’ve got your back. We’re so confident in our mobile and online banking security measures, we put it in writing.
With free mobile check deposit1 in the U.S. Bank Mobile App, depositing checks is as simple as point, click, done.
Manage and pay bills in one place with one secure password. Taking control is easier than you think with U.S. Bank bill pay.
Securely activate and manage your cards with simple, do-it-yourself controls. It's fast, easy and secure – online or in the app.
New to digital banking or just need a little help with a particular feature? We’ve got you covered. The U.S. Bank Digital Explorer is packed with simple, interactive tutorials to help you get more familiar with banking on your mobile phone or computer.
Learn how a good mobile app can help you track your spending, watch your balances and manage your budget.
Money matters can be uncomfortable – but with Zelle®, you can settle up with grace.
Know your online options and choose the bill payment solution that works best for you.
Yes. Our online banking security uses advanced encryption and monitoring technology to ensure your money stays safe and secure. And to keep your personal information confidential, we have strict policies and procedures in place. Only you have access to your accounts with your username and password. We strongly suggest you do not share your username, password, PIN or account number with anyone. We’ll never request this type of information via email.
Our Digital Security Coverage is another way we protect you from fraud loss. Our mobile and online banking is so secure that we'll cover any losses due to unauthorized use of your account, provided you notify us in a timely fashion when you notice any suspicious activity.
For mobile and online account access, you’ll need to complete a one-time enrollment process. To get started, gather your U.S. Bank card or account number and PIN along with your Social Security number. If you don’t have a PIN or need a new one, please contact 24-Hour Banking at 800-USBANKS (872-2657).
If you’re enrolling in mobile and online banking to access your business accounts, you’ll need an ATM or debit card. You can apply for these at a branch and use your PIN to log in to mobile or online banking. Next, create a unique username and password to log in securely in the future. Just follow the instructions on the enrollment page.
You can change your password anytime. Select My Profile under Customer Service in the main menu at usbank.com, then look for Password in the Login Preferences section.
In the U.S. Bank Mobile App, open the main menu and tap your name at the top of the list. This will bring you to the My profile screen, where you can change your password.
If you forget your username, password or the answers to your security questions, use the login assistance tool. You’ll also find links to help with username and password retrieval in the Log In section at usbank.com.
In the U.S. Bank Mobile App, tap Login help on the login screen.
Most account information is updated in real time as transactions are processed throughout the day. Mobile and online banking offers you the most current balance and transaction information available.
To set up account alerts, log in to usbank.com and selec My Alerts under Customer Service in the main menu. Open the Account Alerts tab and choose Add alerts at the right side of the page. Then you can select the account alerts that will best help you manage your accounts.
To set up account alerts in the U.S.t Bank Mobile App, open the main menu and tap Notifications. Then, select Accounts to begin choosing the alerts you want.
These alerts will notify you, via email or text message,2 of important account activity such as:
You can delete, modify or change your alerts at any time.
Yes. Your U.S. Bank checking, savings, money market and U.S. Bancorp Investments brokerage accounts are eligible to send and receive external transfers.1 For more information, visit our transfers page.
Currently, you can make external transfers only in online banking. This feature will be added to the U.S. Bank Mobile App soon.