Does your website comply with Truth-in-Lending regulations?
Abstract: A bank’s website may serve a variety of purposes, but ultimately it’s a form of advertising. That means that any descriptions of a bank’s loans, credit cards and other lending products on the site must comply with the Truth in Lending Act and Regulation Z. This article points out that, over the past few years, regulators and potential litigants have been scrutinizing banks’ websites to identify potential compliance violations. The article notes that it’s a good idea for bankers to review their websites and correct any problems before they become the subject of an examination or lawsuit.