Is it a requirement to send a notice to a mobile remote deposit capture (mRDC) customer who apprars to be abusing the program? We suspect a customer of "kiting" between financial institutions. Were we to shut off access to mRDC, do we need to notify them in writing, or with any specific content in the notice?
Are we at the institution required to send valid/invalid claim notices when disputing remotely created checks (RCC), and if so, where is the requirement?
Could you give me your thoughts? Most believe Remote Deposit of check images are subject to Reg CC mandates. I have observed on BOL that this is not the rule, but is a best practice?
Can a Financial Institution send out a debit card to an existing customer, even if the current card is not expired? The FI would be sending the new card as a marketing tool, so to someone who hasn't used the card in quite some time. What about if it is a credit card? Same question, but is the answer the same?
What is indexing?
What's the point of electronic capture?
Does enterprise-wide electronic capture deliver ROI?
Loan imaging - does it make sense?
Are cell phone/mobile deposit are covered under Regulation CC?
Does the funds availability notice have to be on ATM deposit envelopes?