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A Bank's Quick Reference Guide to ACH Origination

A Bank’s Quick Reference Guide to ACH Origination is designed to assist banks in establishing and maintaining successful ACH origination operations. Written from a bank’s perspective, this easy-to-use Guide examines the risks of origination, explains preliminary requirements of origination and discusses the responsibilities of the ODFI. Specific ACH payment applications are addressed, allowing the user to concentrate on the transactions it plans to originate. Whether your bank is considering originating loan payments from another financial institution for its account holders, is considering offering Direct Deposit via ACH or seeks to offer a full suite of origination services for its business clients, this is a “must have” tool. (2016)
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Third-Party Senders & the ACH Network

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This publication provides a review of the variations in legal requirements and processing obligations relating to the origination of ACH entries when a Third-Party Service Provider, acting as a Third-Party Sender, is involved in the origination of transactions through the ACH Network. It is designed primarily for use by Originators, ODFIs, and those Third-Party Service Providers that act in the specific role of Third-Party Senders as defined by the NACHA Operating Rules.

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Understanding Internet-Initiated Debits

This recently updated publication reflects a changing ecommerce environment over the last several years, together with important changes to the WEB Rules, specifically, the Mobile ACH Payments Rule effective January 1, 2011 which incorporated ACH debits authorized and/or initiated via wireless networks into the pre-existing category of Internet-Initiated Entries (WEB), and the P2P Entries via ACH Rule, which allows the use of credit WEB Entries by Originators as of March 7, 2014, and requires the use of credit WEB Entries by March 20, 2015. Topics covered include; Authorization and Authentication; Originator Obligations; Risk Management; Electronic Bill Payment, and Person to Person Payments.
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