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Does the FDIC logo have to be on bank stationery? (i.e., letterhead stationery, personal stationery that officer uses to send thank you notes, etc.)?

Answer by Andy Zavoina:Generally, no. An exception under Section 328.3(c)(2) includes bank supplies such as stationery (except when used for circular letters), envelopes, deposit slips, checks, drafts, signature cards, deposit passbooks, certificates of deposit, etc., so it really depends on the use, more than the item.


Answer by John Burnett:If you use your stationery to solicit deposits via a circular letter, you must have the Member FDIC legend or wording to that effect.

First published on 11/22/10

First published on 11/22/2010

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