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Credit exceptions

What is a credit exception?

A credit exception typically occurs when a financial institution needs a credit document from a customer or member, but the document is missing from the file. For example, a bank might need a customer’s recent tax return, but the customer failed to provide it within the desired time frame, resulting in a credit exception.

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First published on 11/12/2023

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