Review of the Electronic Fund Transfer Act

The Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA was enacted in 1978 to protect individual consumers engaging in electronic fund transfers (EFTs). The primary purpose of the EFTA is to provide a basic framework establishing the rights, liabilities, and responsibilities of participants in electronic fund transfer systems. This professional development online course explores the various provisions of the EFTA, including disclosures required under the law, provisions surrounding consumer liability and error resolution, requirements related to receipts and periodic statements, overdraft protection, and penalties for violations of the EFTA.

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  • 15 Supplemental Resources
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The Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA was enacted in 1978 to protect individual consumers engaging in electronic fund transfers (EFTs). The primary purpose of the EFTA is to provide a basic framework establishing the rights, liabilities, and responsibilities of participants in electronic fund transfer systems. This professional development online course explores the various provisions of the EFTA, including disclosures required under the law, provisions surrounding consumer liability and error resolution, requirements related to receipts and periodic statements, overdraft protection, and penalties for violations of the EFTA.