If you're referring to "A list of services (including hours of operation, available loan and deposit products, and transaction fees) generally
offered at the bank's branches and descriptions of material differences in the availability or cost of services at particular branches, if any" noted in 12 CFR 228.43(a)(5)
, it does not have to be specific to each/every
product service offered. It would seem providing general info is acceptable. For example, what type of loans (mortgage, vehicle, personal, etc.), what types of deposit products (checking, savings, money markets, CDs, etc.), and what fees are associated (e.g., monthly/quarterly service charges).
That having been said, there's no prohibition against furnishing more
information than required.