A customer called to report two person-to-person (P2P) transactions as unauthorized. The transactions were done using a mobile phone and our bank app. The customer stated that she recently purchased a new phone and traded in her old phone. She also stated that she did not clear her old phone of personal information before trading it in. Our Digital Services User Agreement states that we (the bank) will not be held liable if the customer provides their password or other access info to any other person. Therefore, the customer's case was denied. Would we be in violation of Reg. E for denying this case? These were the only P2P transactions ever on this customers account, and the mobile login history shows a login on the date of the charges with one phone, then a login with a different phone a few days later.
Will we have to notify our customers or members of the inflation-related changes?
If an individual account is opened in Tennessee but the customer's address is in West Virginia, and the customer dies without an estate representative named, which state code do we follow as far as the amount the financial institution pays out for funeral expenses, medical expenses, surviving spouse and next of kin?
We occasionally have customers who request to remove a joint owner from an account. We don't do this unless the other customer being removed is deceased. We have learned that some banks will allow this. What is your take on this topic?
What are the changes the rule will make to Regulation DD?