Want to ask a question about disclosing stop payment fees within our online banking application. We give the customer the ability to place a stop payment on a check from within online banking. Since different customer segments are charged different stop payment fees, we have generic verbiage that states we will charge a fee for the stop payment, and refers the customer to the fee schedule provided at account opening and on our website. Is this an acceptable strategy? I've seen other banks provide a link on that page to the fee schedule, some banks that have a standard stop payment fee state the fee amount on the page, and yet others have chosen our current approach. We plan to go down the "link to fee schedule" route in the future but want to understand the risk with our current strategy to help us prioritize this with our online banking vendor.