NAFCU to CUs: Share input on unauthorized mobile app transactions

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Following several questions from members on how to handle unauthorized use claims when a mobile payment app was used to facilitate a transaction, NAFCU’s Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Teams are seeking feedback from credit unions on how they would like Regulation E error resolution responsibilities clarified.Credit unions who have experienced this issue are encouraged to contact NAFCU Senior Regulatory Compliance Counsel Jennifer Aguilar or Senior Counsel for Research and Policy Andrew Morris to share challenges faced and potential solutions. NAFCU is engaged with the CFPB on this issue to discuss how the bureau’s innovation policies could provide solutions.In a new post on the Compliance Blog, Aguilar notes the association has received questions related to:whether the credit union is liable for unauthorized transactions involving a payment app;whether the credit union may require the member to file a claim with the app provider first; andwhether the app provider is responsible for resolving the claim.Aguilar offers insights into Regulation E, which states “the ‘financial institution’ is responsible for resolving claims for unauthorized use, including being liable for the amounts if the investigation reveals the transaction was unauthorized.” However, she flags “the implementation of the prepaid rule has further complicated these already complex investigations.” continue reading »last_img read more