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Understanding Electronic Fund Transfers

To understand your rights and responsibilities for your EFTs, read the documents you receive from the financial institution that issued your "access device" – the card, code or other way you access your account to transfer money electronically. Although the method varies by financial institution, it often involves a card and/or a PIN. No one should know your PIN but you. You also should read the documents you receive for your account, which may contain more information about EFTs.

  1. Types of Electronic Banking Services

  2. Discontinuing Electronic Banking Services

  3. EFT Stop Payment Privileges

  4. EFT Errors