Can someone tell me if a bank still has to obtain a original wet signature on a affidavit of check fraud or can it be a signature that we obtained via fax, email, or DocuSign?
How are smaller banks, say in the $200M asset size, managing compliance risk when diving into online account opening? I'm very concerned about CIP-CDD-EDD. I cannot fathom never obtaining a wet signature or seeing a check prior to accepting a deposit. Also, asking the CDD-EDD questions online is completely different than in person regarding getting a feel for the customer. Do most banks also open new accounts online for businesses, trusts, estates, etc? Is there a vetted software company that is preferred for this endeavor?
Is it ok to get a paper E-SIGN agreement at account opening?
Is it permissible to have an all inclusive statement in the E-SIGN consent disclosure for all electronic document types?
Does CAN-SPAM apply to those emails sent by platform employees to let their preferred customers know of new rates, etc.?
We are on the verge of implementing eSign for our branches for maintenance tasks in addition to account opening and lending. I think this will help with some customers who tend to change signers rather frequently, such as with closers on settlement agents' accounts. I'm beginning to consider whether collecting their signatures on Resolutions adds value, or whether an authorization from the principals in the Resolution is sufficient? I am also considering whether we can use a separate authorized signer list with signatures as an appendix, rather than re-creating a signature card every time there is a signer added or deleted. Am I behind the times?
Can the bank accept an electronically signed form from a customer for unauthorized debit card or ATM activity?
Can email notifications be sent for abandoned property? My understanding is that this is subject to what each state may require depending on the address the account holder is located. Some states require a written notice to be mailed. So if we meet E-SIGN requirements would that supersede state requirements? Would CAN-SPAM Act also need to be considered as not being in violation since it talks about "notification of a change in the recipient's standing or status"? I'm thinking this Act is more related for purposes of commercial electronic mail.
We would like to create an easier way for our consumers to sign up for E-Statements. What are the requirements, compliance wise for this? Currently, our customers need to log into their online banking, view a PDF disclosure that generates a "code", and customer then has to type in code and agree to terms and conditions. Compliance wise- can consumers just sign the disclosure/consent in person at lobby?
We currently keep electronic copies and paper copies of every change made on our website. How critical is it to keep these?