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The overall notice consists of two parts: a short notice and a long notice. They should be in the same language as the offer of credit or insurance.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) allows creditors to obtain credit reports for transactions not initiated by the member called “pre-screen offers of credit.” When a credit union engages in pre-screening, it is required to provide a notice to the consumer with their right to opt out of pre-screened solicitations for credit or insurance.
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PolicyWorks, compliance services powered by your League membership, is hosting a Military Lending Act (MLA) Town Hall webinar on Thursday, Aug. 25 to discuss upcoming changes to the rule.
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League InfoSight has issued an annual survey regarding its products (InfoSight, CU PolicyPro and ComplySight), requesting credit unions complete the survey prior to Aug. 26. These survey results will help League InfoSight ensure these compliance products are meeting the needs of credit unions. Click here to access the survey.