(1) Each licensee who engages in deferred deposit transactions shall give the customer
the disclosures in writing required by the Consumer Credit Protection Act (15 U.S.C. sec. 1601). Proof of this disclosure shall be made available to the commissioner upon request.
(2) Each licensee shall conspicuously display a schedule of all fees, and charges
for all services provided by the licensee that are authorized by this subtitle. The notice shall be posted at each location where a licensee conducts its business
under this subtitle.
(3) A licensee may charge, collect, and receive check collection charges made by
a financial institution for each check returned or dishonored for any reason, provided
that the terms and conditions upon which check collection charges will be charged
to the customer are set forth in advance in the written disclosure.
(4) Any personal check accepted from a customer must be payable to the licensee.
(5) Before a licensee shall present for payment or deposit a check accepted by the
licensee, the check shall be endorsed with the actual name under which the licensee
is doing business.
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