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Karen is on the go, and with U.S. Bank Online and Mobile Banking, so is her bank. Because life doesn’t exactly slow down so she can deposit a check or pay the bills. Nor should it have to.


Grabbed mail on the way out. Bills, as usual. And what’s this? A check, for once! With just the snap of a pic from my phone, I can manage them all. Money goes into my account with Mobile Check Deposit, and then disappears again with Mobile Bill Pay. And all before my train pulls into the station.


Received an email Account Alert about my deposit being received and logged in to Online Banking to check my balance. Two new eBills. Typical. Paid with Bill Pay, now back to work.


Soup and salad with a coworker. We split a cookie (shhh!). Then split the tab with
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Convenience, with a side of ease. Followed closely by a text from my little sister who’s studying abroad. Western Union Money Transfer® and the coolest big sis in the world to the rescue.


My roommate finally gave me a check for her half of the rent. Pop it on the scanner on my printer, fire up DepositPoint online and voila! Right into my account. If I could just make cleaning the house this easy, I’d be set.

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The U.S. Bank Mobile app is free to download. Your mobile carrier may charge access fees depending upon your individual plan. Web access is needed to use the Mobile app. Check with your carrier for specific fees and charges. Some mobile features may require additional online setup. Any fees for optional transactions will be identified during registration for these services and during their use.

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