The Proper Handling of Government Reclamations and Garnishments

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The Proper Handling of Government Reclamations and Garnishments

Dec 12, 2023 | 11:00 am ET • 10:00 am CT | Webinar

The improper handling of Death Notification Entries (DNE), Government Reclamations, and Garnishments can expose financial institutions to potential significant dollar losses. This session will cover the proper procedures for handling ACH Government Reclamations and the garnishment of accounts receiving federal government ACH benefit payments.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to protect your bank concerning government reclamations and garnishments.

  • Find out how to handle death notification entries properly.

  • Discover how to handle federal government reclamations and garnishments.

Duration: 90-minutes

Pricing

ICBA Members: $199

Nonmembers: $299

Unlimited Webinar Pass subscription: $0


Attendance/Cancellation Policy:

  • Registration fee is valid only for the individual registered. Each attendee must register.
  • Full payment is required prior to real-time event attendance. Digital products will be made available when full payment is received.
  • Digital product purchases cannot be cancelled once the order has been processed and the product is available to use.
  • Refunds will not be granted unless there is a technical issue that cannot be resolved that prevents the purchaser from accessing and/or using the product. Refund requests for technical issues must be received within 15 days of the date of purchase.

For more information, call 800-422-7285.

Who should attend: Operations, ACH Manager, ACH Specialist, Frontline Staff, Audit and Compliance Staff

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Intermediate

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

CPE Credit Hours: 1

Michele L. Barlow
Michele L. Barlow

Senior Vice President

MACHA

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