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#1179665 - 05/08/09 07:41 PM Debit cards mailed to customers - Unsolicited
GoGreen Offline
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I am trying to get a response if anyone mails unsolicited debit cards to their customers. I am trying to see all risks and issues that may come with this type of mailing.

REG E states certain requirements which would be met. What other areas should I review for mailing?

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#1179814 - 05/08/09 09:01 PM Re: Debit cards mailed to customers - Unsolicited GoGreen
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If your customer has moved and there is someone else at his old address, you could have a mess on your hands if the card can be used with only a signature prior to activation.
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#1179981 - 05/09/09 05:41 PM Re: Debit cards mailed to customers - Unsolicited John Burnett
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I know when I teach Reg E and poll bankers, few, very few, send unsolicited cards.
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