Is there an easy way to distinguish between direct deposits covered by the Garnishment Rule and direct deposits that aren’t covered?
We are working on our record retention schedule and were wondering if there is a record retention schedule for the state of Oklahoma that we need to be incorporating into ours?
Are direct deposited federal tax refunds covered by the Garnishment Rule?
Regarding cash advances (aka manual cash disbursements), are banks required to offer this service just because they offer VISA debit cards?
We have a customer that is disputing a charge on her debit card. The charge is for merchandise that was in the name of and delivered to the address of a co-worker. She is saying she didn't authorize it and the co-worker is saying she didn't make the purchase. All card information, including CVV, was entered when the purchase was made, even though the address didn't match the cardholder's address. Can she dispute this? It just appears that someone is trying to 'beat the system?"