Electronic Banking Compliance Tools

Electronic banking, also known as electronic fund transfer (EFT), uses computer and electronic technology in place of checks and other paper transactions. EFTs are initiated through access devices in the form of plastic cards, codes and in some case mobile devices that allow your customers access to their accounts.

Last Updated Tool Name
01/01/2015 Acceptable Use for E-Sign Internet Banking Program Cheat Sheet
01/01/2015 ACH Audit Worksheet
01/01/2015 ACH Direct Deposit Authorization Form
01/01/2015 ACH Direct Payments Authorization Form
01/01/2015 ACH Due Diligence Worksheet
01/01/2015 ACH Healthcare Rule Procedures
01/01/2015 ACH Originator or Third Party Sender Agreement Checklist
10/11/2016 ACH Originator Responsibilities Template Letter
09/04/2018 ACH Policy
08/04/2017 ACH Risk Assessment
01/01/2015 ACH Services Application
01/01/2015 ACH Statement of Unauthorized Debit Form
01/01/2015 ACH Third-Party Sender/Originator Agreement Checklist
06/24/2016 Arbitration Agreements Summary
04/02/2015 Business Customers Online Banking Policy
01/01/2015 Corporate Account Takeover (CATO) Notice of Fraudulent Activity
01/01/2015 Corporate Account Takeover (CATO) Risk Assessment
01/01/2015 Corporate Account Takeover (CATO) Training
10/07/2016 Deposit/Credit Discrepancy Template Letter
01/01/2015 eBanking Policy
01/01/2015 Electronic Banking Risk Assessment
10/19/2018 Electronic Statement Disclosure Agreement Form
06/19/2017 Funds Availability, Regulation J & UCC Article 4A Disclosure
01/01/2015 Internet Authentication Risk Assessment
01/01/2015 Internet Banking Policy

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