As it pertains to the FinCEN guidance in 2016 relating to Cyber-events and Cyber-enabled crime, does the requirement of identifying a suspect still apply, or should banks be filing SARs on cyber-enable crime(i.e., identity theft) if the $5k threshold is met even if a suspect is not identified?
As part of the Reg E Error resolution process, (for an unauthorized debit card transaction), are we required to send a letter to the customer once the case has been investigated to let them know whether provisional credit will be rescinded or not? Currently we are only sending a letter when provisional credit is being revoked, not when the customer is being allowed to keep it.
I have a Reg E question concerning overdraft protection. If an account is not permitted to have our overdraft protection product (bounce protection) and a POS or ATM overdraws the account, are we allowed to charge the account an NSF fee? (This pertains to employee accounts, business accounts and our student checking accounts.)
Can a Visa debit card be issued to a non-resident alien?
When two cashier's checks are deposited together and held as a Large Deposit, should $5,000 of the total be made available immediately or is $5,000 from each check ($10,000 of the total deposit) made available immediately?