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Seat Time: 2.25hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to common fraud schemes and how criminals profit from preying on vulnerable consumers. The course will provide a comprehensive overview of identity theft, phishing and vishing, impersonators, kiting, embezzlement, and other types of fraud. Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Recognize red flags of various types of fraud.
  • Address red flags by adhering to reporting requirements and other preventative actions.
  • Understand the implications of fraud, such as identity theft, impersonation, money laundering, and more.
Seat Time: 0.75hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) by detailing the requirements of the Act. The learner will also understand the requirements of Regulation G and the necessity of record retention and performance tests. After completing this program, the learner will be able to:

  • Understand the record-retention requirements and performance tests that institutions must undergo.
  • Describe the Act’s purpose, disclosures, and the necessity of compliance.
  • Understand the effect of the CRA record on applications.
Seat Time: 1hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by outlining how the Act ensures that credit reporting agencies accurately report customer credit information. The learner will also understand details concerning the FACT Act, identity theft, adverse action, and prescreening. After completing this program, the learner will be able to:

  • Identify what the FCRA regulates and the means by which it does so.
  • Identify negative information.
  • Understand the procedures regarding adverse action and credit reports.

Seat Time: 2.75hrs - Desc:

This course will educate the learner on fair lending procedures and regulations. This course will also discuss marketing and advertising, and the interview process for loans. After completing this program, the learner will be able to:

  • Inform consumers of the appraisal, interview, and underwriting process.
  • Adhere to federal regulations surrounding fair lending.
  • Understand requirements for taking credit applications and evaluations.
Seat Time: 1hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to Regulation AA and the Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP) Act. The learner will be instructed on the provisions and prohibitions enacted under Regulation AA. After completing this program, the learner will understand:

  • How confessions of judgment occur.
  • What third-party relationships are considered UDAAPs.
  • What constitutes a UDAAP.
Seat Time: 1hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to Regulation P, which distinguishes between nonpublic and public information. The learner will also be provided with an overview of required privacy notices, including the required content of privacy notices. After completing this program, the learner will understand:

  • The purpose of Regulation P.
  • Essential information in privacy notices.
  • When financial institutions are permitted to release nonpublic personal information.

Seat Time: 2.5hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to Regulation Z, which implements the Truth in Lending Act (TILA). The learner will be provided with a detailed overview of the ways in which TILA affects credit extensions and requires disclosures to be sent to consumers. After completing this program, the learner will understand:

  • Distinction between open-end and closed-end credit requirements.
  • Definition of "home equity plans."
  • Relation of Credit CARD Act and Higher Education Opportunity Act to truth in lending.
Seat Time: 0.5hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the Right to Financial Privacy Act (RFPA) and the provisions it establishes. The course will also discuss the relationship that the Act has in regard to the financial institution and the requirements that the institution must follow. After completing this program, the learner will understand:

  • The purpose of the RFPA.
  • When an institution can officially release a c's records.
  • Exceptions to the types of information an institution can release without a specific request or customer consent.