You can activate your U.S. Bank credit card online or over the phone at (800) 285-8585. Activating your new U.S. Bank credit card should take no more than five minutes, regardless of which option you choose. You’ll need to give some personal information, namely your Social Security number and your new card number, to complete the process and begin using your new card.
To activate a U.S. Bank card by phone, call the US Bank credit card customer service number: (800) 285-8585. There are also phone numbers for each specific U.S. Bank credit card to expedite the process. You can find yours on the sticker of your new credit card.
To activate a U.S. Bank card online, go to the U.S. Bank’s credit card activation page. If you’ve already enrolled in U.S Bank’s Online Banking, then click the button that says “Log in and activate.” If you haven’t enrolled yet, click the second button that says “Enroll and activate.”
Online activation options from the major banking institutions have made activating your credit card easier than ever before. If you don’t activate your card, you’ll have trouble making purchases with it. This might seem like an inconvenience, but it keeps us safer from fraud.
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