electronic fund transfer act

The CFPB has issued a compliance bulletin “to reiterate that the compulsory use prohibition in the [Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA)] applies to government benefit accounts, as defined in Regulation E.”

In the bulletin, the CFPB reviews what constitutes a “government benefit account” subject to the EFTA’s compulsory use prohibition.  As implemented by Regulation E,

A Vermont federal district court recently issued a decision ruling on the defendants’ motion to dismiss a class action involving allegations that an online tribal lending venture violated federal and state law because of alleged usurious interest rates and other allegedly unlawful features.  The decision discusses a wide array of procedural issues, including the enforceability

The CFPB has issued a compliance bulletin (Bulletin 2015-06) concerning the Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA) and Regulation E requirements for obtaining a consumer’s authorization for preauthorized electronic fund transfers (EFT) and the CFPB’s compliance expectations.  The bulletin was accompanied by the CFPB’s publication of sample letters a consumer can use in connection