USAA stands for the United Services Automobile Association. USAA is composed of companies focused on financial services. Mainly, the customers of USAA are the US military. The services range from investments to insurance. If you already have an account with USAA, you may want to access it online as well. Described below are some login details for registering, logging in, and resetting your USAA online account.
Registering for an Online USAA Account
If you already have a USAA bank account and would like to access it online, here are the steps to register for an online USAA account.
(1) Type https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_logon/Logon?redirectjsp=true on the address bar of the web browser.
(2) On the upper right portion of the webpage, there is the “Logon” tab. Click the “Logon” tab.
(3) Under the “Logon” tab, you will find a dropdown window. Choose “Register.”
(4) The following webpage will prompt whether you are a USAA member or not. Click “Yes” or “No” as applicable for you. If you choose “Yes,” put in your Social SecurityNumber or USAA number. If you choose “No,” put in details like your first and last names, email, mailing address, and phone number.
(5) Next, confirm whether your mailing address is the same as your physical address. If, for example, you are part of a military family, your physical address could be different from your mailing address. Note that your physical address must not be a P.O. Box. If you unfortunately do not have an address for your residence since you are currently in a military installation, you can put in your Diplomatic Post Office or Fleet Post Office or Army Post.
(6) Subsequently, put in your birthdate, marital status, and gender then confirm your US citizenship. You will then be prompted for a couple of details about your US citizenship. Put in all of the needed information.
(7) The next steps in the registration would ask for some security questions. This is the way for identity verification for your online USAA account.
(8) Once you confirm all of your information, you have to create and confirm your username and password. Afterwards, you can log into your online USAA account.
Logging Into Your Online USAA Account
Since you are already enrolled online for USAA, here is how to log into your USAA online account:
(1) Type https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_logon/Logon?redirectjsp=true on the address bar of your web browser (e.g., Safari, Google Chrome).
(2) Once you are on the next webpage, click on the “Logon” tab. This is on the upper right portion of the webpage.
(3) Afterwards, the dropdown window would prompt you for credentials.
(4) Put in your username and password.
(5) Click on “Logon” in order to proceed with the login.
Resetting Your Online USAA Account
If you are in the situation where you forgot your username or password or just want to change your password because you are afraid of some possible fraudulent activity, here are the steps to reset your online account:
(1) First go to the https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_logon/Logon?redirectjsp=true site in the address bar of your web browser.
(2) Click the “Logon” tab on the upper right portion of the webpage.
(3) Underneath the “Logon” tab is the dropdown window. Click the “Forgot ID or password” link.
(4) If you forgot your username, you will be prompted for your USAA number. If you still remember it, also include your Social Security Number. If you cannot remember it, plug in your email address. Your USAA number will be sent to your email address.
(5) In the instance that you forgot your password, type in your username. Once you confirm your details, you can then reset your password.
(6) If you have been locked out of your USAA online account without any prompting on your end or if you find any suspicious activity, call USAA immediately. You can call 210-531-8722, 210-531-USAA(8722), 800-531-USAA, 800-531-8722. You may also choose to go to https://www.usaa.com/inet/wc/security_report_fraud_main to pick out the typical complaints connected to online USAA accounts. However, if you do need immediate action, you can just call them directly.