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Mortgage Fraud

Bottom line: mortgage fraud hurts banks and their customers. This course gives you the tools you need to help protect your bank and your customers from mortgage fraud.
From $20.00
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New Accounts: Product Knowledge and Cross-Selling

Meet your customers’ needs with product knowledge and excellent customer service.
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Payments 101 Part 1 - Checks and Credit Cards

Two of the oldest forms of payments are checks and debit and credit cards. While check use is decreased and physical checks have not changed dramatically, processing them has.
From $20.00
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Payments 101 Part 2 - ACH & Wire Transfers

In the United States there are many ways we pay our bills and each other. The Automated Clearing House (ACH) is generally seen as a consumer product but is used by companies as well.
From $20.00
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Phishing and Ransomware

Phishing is a general term for any attempt to collect personal, financial and sensitive information by posing as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.
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Phishing: An Overview

Phishing is a general term for any attempt to collect personal, financial and sensitive information by posing as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.
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Physical Information Security

Banks, like all businesses, rely heavily on information. In addition, banks are subject to regulations regarding how they handle information. For these reasons, information security is a key concern for banks.
From $20.00
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Principles of Banking

This module will provide you with an overview of banking operations including accepting deposits, extending credit, and other services such as wealth management.
From $20.00
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Real Estate Appraisal

A thorough understanding of real estate appraisal is critical to the health of a bank’s mortgage lending operations. This course discusses real estate appraisal and will help you ensure bank policies, procedures and practices are sound.
From $20.00
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Red Flags Identity Theft Prevention Programs

Red Flags programs are critical to the prevention of identity theft. This course shows you to effectively implement and utilize a Red Flags program at your bank and help stop identity theft.
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Regulation B: Adverse Action

Regulation B requires banks to inform applicants whenever they take action in regard to an application for credit. Adverse action notices are required to be sent to consumers and certain commercial applicants for new applications as well as existing credit obligations when the bank takes adverse action. This course will provide the detailed requirements of the adverse action rules.
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Regulation B: Appraisal Rules

The appraisal rules set forth in Regulation B require specific notice to be delivered to and copies of appraisals to be received by an applicant or borrower within certain time frames. These rules apply to both consumer and commercial loans.
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Regulation B: Credit Applications

The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), enacted through Regulation B, prohibits discrimination in credit transactions. The law is designed to protect applicants from unfair or discriminatory lending practices.
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Regulation B: Equal Credit Opportunity Act - Overview

The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), enacted through Regulation B, prohibits discrimination in credit transactions. The law is designed to protect applicants from unfair or discriminatory lending practices.
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Regulation B: The Equal Credit Opportunity Act

Banks are required to provide people with equal access to credit regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, or age (among other protected characteristics).
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