I have a customer who would like to set up his account to transfer to a trust upon his death. He has provided us a copy of a will, which is not valid until approved by the court. Is this something that we can do?
We have received debit card disputes from multiple customers that believed they were making arrangements to purchase a pet from someone that posted an ad on Facebook. In each case, the customer selected a pet from a photo they received from the "seller" and then sent money as instructed via PayPal, Zelle, Western Union, etc. All transactions were initiated with debit card information. After payment was sent, each customer realized/decided that they are most likely the victim of a scam, and no pet will be received. Are these transactions fully covered by Reg E? I'm struggling to come to a conclusion, because at least one customer is unable to provide documentation that indicates when the pet is expected to be received. In all cases, the customers willingly provided their card information and sent money to someone they do not know.
If the business is sold can the new company keep the account and TIN?
Who are the consumers the Payday Loan rule is designed to protect?
Can a trust be the sole owner of a business like a sole proprietor?