• Nacha Provides Relief to RDFIs on Signature Requirements for Written Statements

    The Nacha Rules require an RDFI to accept a consumer’s Written Statement of Unauthorized Debit (WSUD), and also require that the WSUD be signed or similarly authenticated.
  • Nacha Statement on Direct Payments to Americans

  • WesPay is Here for You

    A message from WesPay's President & CEO, William J. Schoch -
  • Fraud Symposium is Next Week!

    There is still time to register for the virtual Fraud Symposium on Tuesday March 17.

    We will be holding end of day drawings for fabulous price!

    ***Must be present to win
  • New Podcast Available!

    Treasurer of the State of Washington, Duane A Davidson, discussing a proposed bill to create a State Chartered Public Bank
  • Complimentary Quarterly Member Update Next Week!

    Two great topics will be covered:

    First, Andrea Higgens, Elder Abuse Investigator with the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office:

    Financial services companies play a crucial role in preventing elder financial exploitation and recognizing it when it has already occurred.  During this part of our WesPay Member Update, Andrea Higgens will provide tools for identifying and responding effectively to potentially criminal cases. 

    The second half of the Member Update will have staff from the Bureau of Fiscal Service. Speakers from the BFS will discuss timely topics to include:

    • Reclamations – Everyone's favorite Treasury topic!
    • Tax Refund Season – What is your FI seeing so far this season?
    • R17 opt-in program – Are you participating?  If not, would you like to?
    • Treasury Check Verification Application (TCVA) – A tool to support those U.S. Treasury checks that are still clearing your FI
  • WesPay's Fraud Symposium is on March 17th!

    WesPay's one-day conference for information and solutions to prevent and mitigate payments fraud!
  • Registration Deadline Approaching!

    Take your career to the next level...

    NCP Exam Preparation Program - Level III

    Webinars start on February 24
  • Demonstrate Your Proficiency in ACH!

    The ACH Network Certificate Program starts on January 28, 2020