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Make the Switch to U.S. Bank

Make the Switch to U.S. Bank

It’s easier than you think.

Closing your old business checking account and making the transition to U.S. Bank is easy and seamless. Simply follow the steps below and use the forms provided in our EZ-Switch Kit.

1. Open a U.S. Bank Business Checking account.

Stop by any U.S Bank branch location at your convenience. We’ll help you select the best checking account for your needs based on your estimated monthly deposit balance and transaction activity. Find a Branch near you.

2. Switch direct deposits.

Contact vendors and merchants that send direct deposits to your old account and ask about their procedure for sending deposits to a new account. Some may require that you use their authorized form. You’ll need to provide your new U.S. Bank routing transit and checking account numbers.

3. Switch automatic payments.

Recurring payments that are automatically debited from your old account, such as vendor payments and dues, will need to be changed. Contact each company and provide your new checking account number and routing transit number. If written notification is required, use the Automatic Payments Form included in the EZ-Switch Kit.

4. Stop using your old business account.

Keep your old account open until all outstanding checks have cleared and your automatic payments and transactions have been switched over to your new U.S. Bank account.

5. Close your old business account.

Once your checks have cleared and your automatic payments and direct deposits are being successfully deducted or credited from your new U.S. Bank account, close your old account.

Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC.


The issuer of the U.S. Bank Business Debit Card is U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.

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