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TuesdayNovember 10, 2020
 

Reg E Claims: Bare Bones

Reg E Claims: Bare Bones

You asked for it, Reg E claims, what you need to know to handle them in 0ne-hour. Is it fair when a consumer makes a dumb choice with their account info, and then wants the money back from the bank?

On-Demand Webinars about Technology

Recorded on August 26, 2020
 

Reg E Claims: Simple Rules

Recorded on June 18, 2020
 

E-SIGN, It’s Value Pandemic or Not

E-SIGN, It’s Value Pandemic or Not

Electronic delivery can be your virtual friend before, during and after a pandemic. It helps the bank protect relationships, save time and money and satisfy customers who want information delivered quickly.

Recorded on June 02, 2020
 

New CFPB Expectations: Compliance in 2020

New CFPB Expectations: Compliance in 2020

On March 3rd, the Supreme Court held oral arguments to decide whether the CFPBs single-director structure was unconstitutional. In this webinar, we will discuss the potential ramifications of this case and what it may mean for your bank.

Recorded on April 21, 2020
 

Live Webinar - A to Z of Reg E - April 21, 2020

Recorded on March 24, 2020
 

10 Steps to Cybersecurity Continuity & Compliance

10 Steps to Cybersecurity Continuity & Compliance

Because the cost of data breaches is on track to exceed $2 trillion by the end of 2019 (& hit a record high!), it may come as no surprise that a majority of US companies have experienced a cyber-attack either directly or through a vendor.

Recorded on March 11, 2020
 

Live Webinar - TCPA in 2020: Risks, Rules, & Regulation - March 11, 2020

Recorded on February 12, 2020
 

Data Protection and Privacy for Community Bankers

Recorded on November 07, 2019
 

Auditing Websites

Auditing Websites

Websites and social media are becoming a primary means of advertising and information delivery for many banks.

Recorded on July 11, 2019
 

Reg E Claims: Just do them right!

Reg E Claims: Just do them right!

You know what makes me mad? It’s when a customer makes a stupid choice to EFT money, then wants to make a claim so they can get that money back from the bank. When the bank has a claim for an unauthorized EFT, it costs the bank real money.

Recorded on May 08, 2019
 

E-SIGN - Use It Write or Not at All

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