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Consumer vs Corporate Accounts: Why Does it Matter?

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April 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019
On-Demand; 1.2 AAP CEU Eligible

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Member Price:         $195.00
Non-Member Price:  $295.00

The NACHA Operating Rules allow a financial institution to process payments either by looking at the SEC Code or relying on the type of account that the RDFI has established for the receiver. Financial institutions are also dealing with federal regulations and state laws that clearly define different obligations for consumers and receivers. These rules, regulation and laws are not always consistent or clear, so the only thing the financial institution can control is how it consistently applies what is in its disclosures. This session will highlight the differences for consumers and businesses under the rules, laws and regulations. We will also discuss common pitfalls in the disclosures provided to consumers and businesses.


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** This event is part of the NEACH Education Club.  Members who join the Club save $65 off the cost of this event.
**Receive 90 day access on this session beginning on requested start date.


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