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E-SIGN and demonstrable consent

Question: 
We like having customers sign up for Internet banking when they open their accounts. Is this acceptable for E-SIGN, or is more needed?
Answer: 

Having them sign up for Internet banking is fine. The problem of demonstrable consent comes into play if you plan on making your disclosures to them electronically. Delivery of disclosures in an electronic form as your primary means of delivery will require E-SIGN compliance, including demonstrable consent. That cannot be completed while the customer is in your lobby unless they have the device with them which they’ll be using, such as a smart phone, tablet or laptop.
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First published on 03/24/2019

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