David P. McGuinn, President of Safe Deposit Specialists, is a former banker with 50 years of safe deposit experience and is often referred to nationwide as the safe deposit GURU. In all 50 states he has trained over 350,000 safe deposit employees and managers and has served the industry as President of the American Institute of Banking and the American, Texas and Houston Safe Deposit Associations. Dave is a featured speaker for the American Bankers Association and National Association of Federal Credit Union TV networks and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, New York Magazine, Associated Press, National Public Radio (NPR), British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), AARP, Bottom Line Financial, FDIC, CUNA, CNN, CBS, ABC, FOX, NBC Nightly News, Inside Edition, Crime Watch and Court TV on current safe deposit issues. McGuinn has created numerous video training programs and his Regulatory/Compliance Manual, Policy and Procedures Handbook and Disaster Recovery manuals are now the accepted standard for the industry. www.sdspec.com Dave has served as a BOL Guru since 2001.
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You can contact Dave at Safe Deposit Specialists, P. O. Box 40026, Houston, Texas 77240 - 0026; via telephone (713) 937-9929 or send him an email email@example.com.
If our vault floods and we don’t follow proper procedures could this create liability?
Have any safe deposit vault burglaries occurred over the past few years?
If we offer self-service boxes could a renter sue us if his box contents disappear?
Should a “No Insurance” disclosure form be provided to all new box renters?
Did a bank President, a dog and an 18 month old baby get locked inside a vault?
When an employee tells a box renter that the vault is waterproof, does this create liability?
If we drill a renter’s box and don’t follow correct procedures does this create any liability?
If a wrong box is opened when drilling our past due boxes what corrective action is required?
Can we sell drilled box contents to recover our past due rent and collection expenses?
Our delinquent renter has enough money in his checking account to cover his rent. Can we charge this account?