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What’s New and Interesting in Mobile Banking

Start banking faster. Get the app and sign up in just a few steps.

Watch a U.S. Bank Pay A Person demo:

U.S. Bank Photo Bill Pay

New ways to send money…And ask for it.

Now you can send money instantly, send it with a personal greeting, and request money from family, friends, clients and tenants.

U.S. Bank Pay A Person

U.S. Bank PhotoBanking™ is smart banking.

With the U.S. Bank Mobile app, you can use your mobile device to deposit checks, pay bills and transfer card balances. Easy peasy.

U.S. Bank PhotoBanking

Deposit a Check from Your Smartphone

Take a photo of your check, make a deposit.1
DepositPoint Mobile

Get it done and get on with your life.

Mobile Self Service makes it easy to manage your account settings and preferences from your mobile device – and it’s faster than a phone call.

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

Mobile Privacy and Security

Your privacy and security are very important. We won’t store personal or financial information on your phone and we won’t use your camera or contact lists for any purpose. We securely encrypt all wireless communication with you.

Online Risk-Free Guarantee

We're confident in the security of Mobile Banking. We'll cover any losses from unauthorized use of your account. That's our Online Risk-Free Guarantee.

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