I am wondering if it is against regulations to place a 10-day hold on a check? I always thought we couldn't go past 9 days. Please refresh my memory!
I have a customer that appears to be processing personal transactions through his business account with FanDuel internet gambling site. FanDuel operates under a specific exemption written into the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGEA) that allows for fantasy sports contests. Am I correct in thinking that the use of FanDuel is not a violation of Reg GG? Also, is conducting personal transactions through a business account SARable?
If a consumer is scammed and instructed to purchase gifts cards and give the scammer the card information, is this covered under Reg E?
How do we teach our staff to have conversations with customers and avoid “felony moments”?
A corporate customer's account was recently compromised. Information from an authentic check was used to create fictitious checks. Numerous $100 checks were negotiated. The fake checks don't include a payee name. In addition, the checks don't have any type of endorsement. If we consider these checks bearer instruments, and no endorsement is required by UCC, do we have any recourse with the institution who processed the (fictitious) checks, or is the loss on our side since the customer failed to identify the fake checks in time for a timely return?