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3 steps to better financial security

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Text, Bank Notes. A man sits on a white couch. U.S. Bank logo.

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Banks using a number of security measures to keep account safe, but you also have an important role in protecting your money and identity.

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Text on tablet, 3 Steps to Better Financial Security.

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Here are three things you can do in just 10 minutes to boost your financial security.

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Step 1.

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The first thing you can do is set up online bill pay.

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At U.S. Bank, the feature is accessible through your online banking account or mobile app.

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A cursor clicks a red Pay Bill button. A cartoon dollar with a lock on it slides into a blue envelope.

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This feature lets you pay all your bills in one secure location.

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Text, Protects your personal information.

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It can be safer than sending payments to the mail or creating accounts and storing payment information on multiple bill sites. Instead, all of your payments will be sent directly from your bank and your bank account.

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Step 2.

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Switch to paperless statements.

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Text in browser window, Bank Statement. A cursor clicks the red View now button. Bank statements slide out of a blue envelope. Text, Receive all documents electronically.

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Most banks can send statements and documents through email or save them in your secure online account.

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This easy step greatly reduces your risk of mail fraud and identity theft.

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Text, Step 3, Stay informed with automated alerts.

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Finally, use automated alerts to stay on top of your accounts.

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Alerts can notify you of important or suspicious account activity, like new statements, balance updates, or decline transactions.

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The U.S. Bank mobile app, for instance will show duplicate transactions that might be a mistake.

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U.S. Bank's app can also let you know if anyone tries to make changes to your account or request confidential information, such as your PIN or password.

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The lock flashes red. Text on tablet, Step 1, Set up online bill pay. Step 2, Switch to paperless statements. Step 3, Stay informed with automated alerts.

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These are just a few quick and simple changes you can make right now to help protect your financial information and give yourself a little peace of mind too.

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3 steps to better financial security

Protecting your bank account can be done quickly and easily. Follow these simple steps to keep assets and personal information safe.

Tags: Asset protection, Assets, Fraud protection, Online banking, Scams
Published: May 06, 2020

In the digital age, it’s more important than ever to protect your identity and financial information. Here are three simple ways to enhance financial security in as little as 10 minutes.

 

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