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Beware of scammers pretending to be from the CFPB

This week we confirmed that scammers are using CFPB employee’s names and imagery to try and steal your money. We’ve heard from people, specifically older adults, who were defrauded thousands of dollars from scammers pretending to be with the CFPB. If someone contacts you and says you’ve won a class-action lawsuit in a foreign country or can receive other large, unexpected amounts of money but must use the CFPB’s assistance to claim the funds, they are lying.

  • CFPB Proposing Reg V Human Trafficking Amendment

    The CFPB has published at 87 FR 20771 in a recent Federal Register a proposed rule amending Regulation V that would implement amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act that assist consumers who are victims of trafficking.
  • NCUA Releases Community Development Revolving Loan Fund Report to Congress

    The NCUA has issued its Community Development Revolving Loan Fund Report to Congress, which includes a complete list of grant and loan awardees and a breakdown of awardees and funding by state in 2021.
  • FinCEN and Digital Identity

    FinCEN Acting Director Himamauli Das, in prepared remarks at the FDIC-FinCEN Tech Sprint demonstration day on April 8, 2022, explained how the Tech Sprint and its focus on digital identity fit into the broader FinCEN picture.
  • Establishment of the Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy

    On April 4, the U.S. State Department formally launched the Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy, (CDP) as part of a longstanding effort to weave international diplomacy into federal efforts to combat the rise of malicious nation-state cyberattacks and the proliferation of criminal ransomware.
  • Business Continuity with RecoveryPro

    Business Continuity Planning is the practice of asking “What if...?” questions, then creating plans and preparing to address them. RecoveryPro guides credit unions through the creation, maintenance, and testing of robust business continuity plans (BCPs).
  • Question of the Week

    I know members have to opt in for overdrafts on ATM or one-time debit card transactions, but do they have to opt in for overdraft/courtesy pay on other kinds of transactions like checks, recurring debits, or ACH?
  • Gain advocacy experience at April 26 Ambassador Program

    Few opportunities remain to get in on this year’s Ambassador Program—the only in-person learning experience that teaches you how to be an advocacy pro for credit unions.
  • Question of the Week

    Question: Can you explain how remote deposit capture indemnity works in Reg CC? Answer: 12 CFR 229.34(f) of Regulation CC states, in short, that if you as a credit union accept a payment by remote deposit capture, you are willing to repay any losses caused by acceptance of that check later in time.
  • Last Call: Reserve Your Place at Oklahoma GAC!

    We’re very excited to announce that less than two weeks remain before we kick off this year's 2022 Oklahoma Governmental Affairs Conference, April 12–13 in Oklahoma City. And great news… you still have time to register!
  • Cornerstone submits comments to NCUA about its proposed rule on succession planning

    On Monday, Cornerstone League submitted a comment letter to National Credit Union Administration regarding its proposed rule on succession planning.


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