What do you do when a warranty that was made to you was breached by the warrantor? This session addresses the legal framework governing check, the warranties made by exchange parties, and how to resolve warranty breach claims.This session is worth 1.0 NCP CE Credits. WebExWebExWebExWebEx | PDFPDFPDFPDF
Risk and Mobile/Remote Deposit Agreements: What’s in your Customer Agreements? With growth in electronic banking products and mobile deposit options, are your agreements keeping pace? How do you address the risk of fraud and duplicate deposits and what considerations can be mitigated with allocation of risk via your agreements? Register TodayRegister Today
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As of July 6, 2020, the Treasury Department’s Internal Revenue Service has cancelled outstanding Economic Impact Payment (EIP) checks issued to recipients who may not be eligible for such program payments, including those that may be deceased. View noticeView noticeView noticeView notice. Additional resourcesresourcesresourcesresources are available to learn more, and to learn how to determine the status of EIP checks.
Become an NCP and step into a brighter future. Register today and join the growing group of successful payments professionals as a leader and a respected payments expert. Checks valued at trillions of dollars are exchanged each year. Make 2020 the year you become the check expert in your organization! Start TodayStart TodayStart TodayStart Today
Although checks are declining, there are still lots of checks written every year with an increasing average value per check. Check out this infographic based on the data reported in the 2019 Federal Reserve Payments Study.Click hereClick hereClick hereClick here