1. If the administrator has reasonable cause to believe a person who issues credit
cards is violating any provision of this chapter, or rules adopted pursuant to this
chapter, the administrator may enter a written order requiring the person to cease,
desist, and refrain from an act constituting a violation. A copy of the order shall be sent to the person by certified mail. The person may file with the administrator a written notice of appeal within fifteen
days of receipt of the order. The person may also request that the order be stayed pending resolution of the appeal. The appellant shall be entitled to prompt consideration of the request to stay the
2. Within thirty days after receipt of a notice of appeal the administrator shall
hold a hearing to consider the appeal. The appellant shall be informed regarding the time and place of the hearing not
later than ten days prior to the hearing. The administrator's decision shall be provided, in writing, to the appellant within
thirty days of the completion of the hearing.
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