Account Resources.

Automatic Bill Pay
Save time and money by eliminating the need to write checks, buy stamps or worry about mail delays by using your Card to pay bills. Plus, you'll enjoy the following benefits:
  • No more worrying about paying late - Your payment can be scheduled for the day it's due!
  • Payment Tracking - See your payments on your credit card statement
  • Earning Rewards – Earn points faster by using your Card to pay for your recurring bills
  • Zero fraud liability1 -You are protected with zero fraud liability

Types of bills you can pay with your Card:

  • Telephone
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Utilities
  • Insurance
  • Wireless
  • Internet


Please contact your billers directly to set up a one time or recurring payment using your card.  You can often set this up through their website.

Personal Credit Card Forms & Resources
While logged into Online Banking, you can request a copy of your Cardmember Agreement.
To add an individual to your Account as a joint owner, simply complete and mail or fax the Joint Owner Form (PDF).2
While logged into Online Banking, you can request a Convenience Check.
While logged into Online Banking, you can request to Transfer a Balance.
While logged into Online Banking, you can change your Overdraft Protection preferences on your U.S. Bank Checking account.
Visit the U.S. Bank Credit Wellness site for helpful information about how credit can play a role in your life.
Business Credit Card Forms & Resources
Authorized Representatives are authorized to make modifications to existing cardmember account(s), change credit limits, and add new cardmembers. To set up, simply complete and mail or fax the Authorized Representative Form (PDF).2
Minimize your company's risk, while giving your employees the freedom to use their business credit cards with limits that you set. Visa Payment Controls is a free service you can use to individually customize each of your employee's business credit cards to control where, when and how your employees use them.

It’s easy to set controls that limit individual card use by:

  • Time of day or day of week
  • Geographical area - both domestic and international
  • Merchant type - includes the ability to allow "gas only" purchases
  • Dollar amount
  • Transaction types - such as cash advances or cash withdrawals

Visit Visa Payment Controls to get started.