U.S. Bank Online banking
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With U.S. Bank online banking, the information and features you need to confidently manage your money are at your fingertips.
Gaining control of your bills is easier than you think with U.S. Bank bill pay.
Managing your U.S. Bank credit or debit card is fast, easy and secure with U.S. Bank online banking.
Check your credit score for free anytime through TransUnion’s CreditView™ Dashboard3 – right in online banking.
Online banking offers a wealth of self-service options. Look for Self service under the Customer service tab to:
Protecting your private information is our highest priority. That’s why we apply the latest encryption and firewall technology to protect you from intrusion. We even put it in writing: Our Online Risk-Free Guarantee is your assurance that you’ll never be liable for losses due to unauthorized transactions.4
To enroll in online banking you’ll first 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 (844-266-5789).
If you’re enrolling in online banking to view your business accounts, you’ll need an ATM or debit card PIN. You can apply for these at a branch and start online banking as soon as you receive them. Next, create a unique username and password to log in to usbank.com. Just follow the instructions on the enrollment page.
You can change your password anytime within the Your profile section of online banking located at the top of every online banking page.
Most account information will show immediately as transactions are processed throughout the day. Online banking offers you the most current balance and transaction information available.
To set up account alerts for your checking, savings, line of credit or credit cards, log in to usbank.com. Then choose the Alerts link on the left side of the page and select the account alerts that will best help you manage your accounts.
These alerts will notify you, via email or text message, of important account activity such as:
You can delete, modify or change your alerts at anytime.
Yes. Your U.S. Bank checking, savings, money market and U.S. Bancorp Investments brokerage accounts are eligible to send and receive external transfers. For more information, visit our transfers page.
To send money in minutes with Zelle, you must have an eligible U.S. Bank account and have a mobile number registered in your online and mobile banking profile for at least 3 calendar days. Transactions typically occur in minutes when the recipient’s email address or U.S. mobile number is already enrolled with Zelle. Must have a bank account in the U.S. to use Zelle. Terms and conditions apply.Return to content, Footnote 2
Free credit score access, alerts and Score Simulator through TransUnion’s CreditView™ Dashboard are available to U.S. Bank online and mobile banking customers only. Alerts require a TransUnion database match. It is possible that some enrolled members may not qualify for alert functionality. The free VantageScore® credit score from TransUnion® is for educational purposes only and is not used by U.S. Bank to make credit decisions.Return to content, Footnote 3
U.S. Bank provides zero fraud liability for unauthorized transactions. Zero fraud liability does not apply to certain transactions made on a commercial/business account. You must notify U.S. Bank promptly of any unauthorized use. Certain conditions and limitations may apply. See the Digital Services Agreement for more information.Return to content, Footnote 4
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