Account Alerts

Sending you a personal heads-up.

You can set up and manage all of your alerts from your mobile device1.

  • Want to know when your balance is low or a payment is due?

    These are just a couple of the many types of alerts you can receive for your U.S. Bank checking, savings and credit card accounts. Set up alerts for:

    • Large transaction for deposits, withdrawals or charges over a specific dollar amount
    • Low balances that fall below a specific dollar amount
    • Checking overdrafts and Overdraft Protection transfers
    • Credit card payments that are due or overdue
    • Availability of new statements and other online documents

    Security Alerts:

    We’ll always send alerts for critical changes to your account, including changes to your address, email, phone number, Personal ID, passwords, PINs and other verification credentials.

  • Ready to get started? Simply log in to the Mobile Banking app, open the main menu and tap on Self Service. Once you’re there, scroll down to the Account Alerts option. You can set up and manage all of your alerts from your mobile device.

    There’s more you can do with Mobile Self Service:

    • Enroll in Mobile Banking
    • Change your login ID and password
    • Get login assistance
    • Update your security preferences
    • Activate your debit card or change your PIN
    • Report a lost or stolen credit card
    • View images of past checks and deposit slips

For text alerts, standard messaging charges apply through your mobile carrier and message frequency depends on account settings.


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. Visit for details.