Regulation E: 01. Overview

Course overview

Technological advancements in the financial industry have provided much greater convenience and improved financial management and communication. The downside to these improvements is the increase in fraudulent activities, impacting both financial institutions and their customers. To safeguard against fraud, a set of rules was established by federal banking regulators known as Regulation E, or Reg E. These rules implement the Electronic Funds Transfer Act. In this course, we'll discuss the heart of Reg E. We'll go over the the important information financial institutions must disclose to their consumers, guidelines regarding when access devices, such as debit cards, may be issued, the extent of a consumer or bank's liability when there are errors, electronic transaction overdraft protections, guidelines for receipts and periodic statements, as well as information about prepaid account rules.
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