Can we collect property taxes during construction based on the completed value of the home?
When a cardholder has a fraud alert on their card and they tell the fraud center that the transactions are NOT fraud, the fraud center reopens the card. Now the customer has roughly 10 or more charges from the same company that she just said were not fraud. Now she is claiming that they are all fraud. (including the original charges) What do we do?
Our Chamber of Commerce is hosting a cash & prize giveaway to encourage people to shop local during the holidays. As a member of the Chamber of Commerce, the bank has been asked to pass out tickets as entries to win. Each business has a limited number of tickets. Employees of the bank are not allowed to obtain any tickets from the bank, but can from other businesses participating. My question is, can we offer multiple tickets as incentives for our customers to use other services we offer? Examples would be: 1) A customer comes in to make a deposit= 1 ticket. If they sign up for online banking while here we will offer an additional ticket. 2) A non customer comes in to cash a check= 1 ticket. If they open an account with us we will offer additional tickets. 3) A customer asks about a home loan= 1 ticket. If they qualify, they can earn additional tickets. If they decide to finance with us more tickets.
In its $28.5 million settlement with Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) stated that NFCU's collection letters contained material misrepresentations – or unfair or deceptive abusive acts or practices – that were likely to mislead consumers; how did NFCU's templates violate UDAAP?
Should bank fees (Cashier Check purchase fee of $6.00) paid by the customer in cash, be added to their current CTR? If so, would the bank be the benefactor and the customer the transactor?