Payments fraud and claims of unauthorized transactions have been on the rise over the last few years. We are seeing more and more sophisticated fraud, in many forms. There’s growing concern that the existing regulatory landscape may fail to address certain types of fraud we’re seeing more frequently. Financial institutions and consumers alike look to the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, implemented by Regulation E, which establishes basic rights and liabilities for consumers that use electronic funds transfers. In this webinar, Regulation E Compliance and Unauthorized Activity you’ll get a high-level overview of the current regulatory landscape and how certain types of fraud are analyzed within that regulatory framework. Topics covered include: a review of Regulation E definitions and dispute resolution provisions, the impact of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB’s) Compliance Aid (FAQs), and the increase in scrutiny of negative option marketing, such as trial services and how that may violate the regulation.
- Examine authorized and unauthorized electronic transfers
- Assess liability for unauthorized transfers
- Note legal scrutiny of negative option marketing plans
$295 Members | $395 Nonmembers
(Additional $50 for USB)
One registration gives your entire team access to the live webinar and on-demand recording until May 25, 2024.
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Who Should Attend
- NCCOs and compliance titles
- NCRMs and risk titles
NCCOs will receive 1.0 CEUs for participating in this webinar
NCBSOs will receive 1.0 CEUs for participating in this webinar
NCRMs will receive 1.0 CEUs for participating in this webinar
About Our Webinars
Our webinars are streamed live from NAFCU headquarters near Washington, DC. Your audio/video feed of the presenters includes presentation slides and downloadable handouts. You can easily submit your questions to the presenters at any time during the live broadcast, with no dialing over the phone! The audio and video stream directly through your computer.