We recently had a customer notify us via phone call of a POS transaction debiting his account that he did not make. We gave him his Provisional Credit; however, he did not give us the necessary paperwork for us to file with our processor until 6 calendar days later. We are now approaching 45 days since the customer notified the bank. I called our processor about the time frame and I was told the 45 days time frame was Reg E only and did not apply in this case since they had requested a receipt copy from the merchant. She told me the merchant has 30 days from the date the processor filed the request to respond. My question is how do we proceed once we reach the 45 days since the customer notified the bank if we have not received the response from the merchant? Dates: Customer Notified Bank 5/25/11 Dispute Filed with Processor 5/31/11 Processor Submitted Copy Request 6/8/11
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