Any person who cashes one or more checks for a fee shall:
(1) Post in a conspicuous place in every location at which the person does business a notice that sets forth:
(A) The fees charged for cashing a check, for selling or issuing a money order, and for the initial issuance of any membership or identification cards; and
(B) That consumer complaints about the check cashing business may be filed with the department of commerce and consumer affairs, and includes and identifies the telephone number of the consumer information service of the department of commerce and consumer affairs;
(2) Provide written notice to each customer of the fees charged for cashing checks that is separate from and in addition to any posted notice;
(3) Obtain a written acknowledgment from the customer that written notice of the fees charged for cashing checks was provided; and
(4) Provide each customer a receipt documenting any and all fees charged.
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