I have a question about telephone transfers. The telephone transfers we perform are for the customer who calls the bank and requests the teller to withdraw from one account and transfer funds to another account. We currently have a custom form that a customer signs to perform ongoing telephone transfers and we keep this on file authorizing the bank to perform these transactions. We would like to discontinue using this form. Is this old form necessary and is it even a compliance requirement under Electronic Fund Transfer Act? We currently document on the transaction ticket "Telephone Transfer per Customer request". Any advice or information would be greatly appreciated.
During a review of the account, we noticed several transactions to Cash App, to the same people from last December and one in January. These were NOT disputed. Should we inquire about these transactions? If so, could we start our calculation from the statement date (plus 60 days) from the statement with the first unauthorized transaction? Does it make a difference that the December, the May and June transactions were on different cards? (The customer has had multiple cards.)
What is the rule on tolerance of what the lender is allowed to change on loan documents after the closing of the loan?
I am wondering if the final rule in Reg D (effective 7/29/2021) regarding transaction limits would still be at the institutions discretion on whether or not they would enforce a limit or not?
How do banks track disclosures?