A customer placed a stop pay on a check for $1,600. The bank first processed the deposit as $16.00 so our system didn't stop it and the customer didn't realize it until several weeks later. I have looked everywhere and can't find any case similar to this. Can we return it and if so, for what reason, additional paperwork is needed?
Does the CAN-SPAM law apply to email announcements of weather-related branch closings or other information about office hours?
Our bank has several assessment areas that include partial counties. The counties are large and the bank does not feel it can serve the entire county. Will we be able to continue with this practice under the proposed CRA rule?
We have a credit transaction that came in today on a closed debit card. This card has been closed for so long that it is not on our system any longer. This was presented as a "force post" transaction and did not go thru the authorization channel. Can we return this transaction even though it is attached to a debit card?
We have an IRA beneficiary who has inherited an IRA. She is a non-spouse beneficiary of the original IRA, and has named her spouse and daughter as beneficiaries of her inherited IRA (payout account). When calculating FDIC insurance, what ownership category applies to this inherited IRA, is it considered a "certain retirement account" or a revocable trust account?