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Many customers do not know that financial institutions must file CTRs for cash transactions in excess of $10,000 and are required to maintain records for the cash purchase of certain negotiable instruments in the range of $3,000 to $10,000. Facts You Should Know, used by thousands of financial institutions since 1985 and recently updated to reflect current changes in the regulation, is a 3 3/4" x 8 1/2" foldout brochure which summarizes these and related requirements. Their primary purpose is to minimize the potential liability that may result from employees innocently making statements that could be construed as "assisting" customers in structuring transactions. Place these brochures at your customer service counters or have them readily available for your tellers to give customers when CTR questions arise, or distribute them as a statement stuffer.
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Stop identity thieves dead in their tracks by taking away their most-commonly-used tool – the
Social Security number. The 26th Annual Edition of the NABS/Profit Protection, LLC Social Security
Number Verification Manual helps you and your new account staff identify potential identity thieves
before they can get a toehold in your institution. The manual shows how to use a person’s Social
Security number to help determine if they are using fraudulent identification to apply for an account.
It also helps document your institution's compliance with the law — both BSA and FACTA require
obtaining and verifying your customer's tax ID numbers.
If your institution stops only one new account fraud next year by using the Social Security Number Verification 2011 Edition manual, it will have paid for
itself many times over.
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