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National Automated Clearing House Association NACHA


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 1

    • A.

      General information

    • B.

      Check Truncation

    • C.

      Originators

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. General information
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "General information" because the given options are related to NACHA (National Automated Clearing House Association) Operating Rules and the topic mentioned is "Article 1: General information." Therefore, "General information" is the most appropriate choice among the given options.

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  • 2. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 10

    • A.

      Receivers

    • B.

      Originators

    • C.

      Check Truncation

    • D.

      Checks

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Check Truncation
    Explanation
    Check truncation refers to the process of converting physical paper checks into electronic images for processing. This eliminates the need for physical transportation of checks and reduces the time and cost associated with check processing. NACHA, the organization that governs the ACH network, has specific rules and guidelines regarding check truncation. Therefore, the correct answer is "Check Truncation."

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  • 3. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 11

    • A.

      Receipt of Entries

    • B.

      Cross Border Payments

    • C.

      Originating Entries

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Cross Border Payments
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Cross Border Payments" because the given options are related to the NACHA Operating Rules, specifically Article 11 which deals with the receipt of entries. Out of the given options, "Cross Border Payments" is the only one that is relevant to the topic of Article 11, as it involves payments made between different countries or jurisdictions.

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  • 4. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 12

    • A.

      Requirements of Receivers

    • B.

      Requirements of Originators

    • C.

      Requirements of Associations

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Requirements of Associations
    Explanation
    This answer suggests that the requirements of associations are discussed in the given article. It implies that the article provides information about the obligations and responsibilities that associations have to fulfill in relation to NACHA's operating rules.

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  • 5. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 13

    • A.

      Cross Border Payments

    • B.

      Requirements of Associations

    • C.

      Amendment of the Rules

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Amendment of the Rules
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Amendment of the Rules." This means that the article in question, Article 13 of the NACHA Operating Rules, pertains to the process of making changes or modifications to the rules. It does not concern cross border payments or the requirements of associations.

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  • 6. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 14

    • A.

      Recall, Stop Payment

    • B.

      Definition of Terms

    • C.

      Cross Border entries

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Definition of Terms
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Definition of Terms." This answer is correct because the given text mentions "Definition of Terms" as one of the options. It implies that the question is asking for the correct answer among the provided options.

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  • 7. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 3

    • A.

      Obligations of Receivers

    • B.

      Originators

    • C.

      Obligations of Originators

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Obligations of Originators
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Obligations of Originators." This answer is derived from the given information, which states that the topic is "Obligations of Originators" under the NACHA Operating Rules Article 3. Therefore, it can be inferred that the correct answer is "Obligations of Originators."

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  • 8. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 4

    • A.

      Obligations of Originators

    • B.

      Obligations of thrid party senders

    • C.

      Receipt of Entries

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Receipt of Entries
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Receipt of Entries". This answer is correct because the question is asking about the obligations mentioned in NACHA's Operating Rules, specifically in Article 4. The obligations of originators and third-party senders are not mentioned in the given options, so they can be ruled out. Therefore, the only option left is "Receipt of Entries", which is a valid obligation mentioned in Article 4.

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  • 9. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 5

    • A.

      Obligations of third party senders

    • B.

      Returns, Adjustments, Corrections

    • C.

      Recall, Stop Payment

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Obligations of third party senders
    Explanation
    This answer refers to the obligations that third party senders have under the NACHA Operating Rules, specifically in relation to returns, adjustments, corrections, recall, and stop payment. These obligations likely include ensuring that any necessary returns, adjustments, or corrections are made promptly and accurately, as well as complying with any recall or stop payment requests.

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  • 10. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 6

    • A.

      Recall, Stop Payments

    • B.

      Returns, Adjustments, Corrections

    • C.

      Obligations of Originators

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Returns, Adjustments, Corrections
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Returns, Adjustments, Corrections." This is because NACHA's Operating Rules, specifically Article 6, deal with the process of returning, adjusting, and correcting electronic payments. The obligations of originators and the topic of recall stop payments are not mentioned in the given information.

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  • 11. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 7

    • A.

      Settlement & Accountability

    • B.

      Recall, Stop Payment

    • C.

      Receipt of Entries

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Settlement & Accountability
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Settlement & Accountability. This article in the NACHA Operating Rules focuses on the processes and procedures related to settlement and accountability in the electronic payments industry. It likely covers topics such as the settlement of funds between financial institutions, the responsibilities and liabilities of parties involved in payment transactions, and the rules and regulations governing these activities.

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  • 12. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 8

    • A.

      Obligations of third party senders

    • B.

      Recall, Stop Payment

    • C.

      Settlement & Accountability

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Recall, Stop Payment
    Explanation
    This answer choice refers to the obligations of third party senders in relation to recall and stop payment. It suggests that third party senders have certain responsibilities or requirements when it comes to recalling or stopping payment on a transaction. However, without further context or information, it is difficult to provide a more specific explanation.

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  • 13. 

    NACHA, Operating Rules: Article 9

    • A.

      Obligations of third party senders

    • B.

      Obligations of Originators

    • C.

      Obligations of ACH Operators

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Obligations of ACH Operators
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Obligations of ACH Operators". This means that ACH Operators have certain responsibilities or duties that they must fulfill. However, without further context or information about NACHA and its Operating Rules, it is difficult to provide a more detailed explanation.

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  • 14. 

    Notice posted to Consumer - Comes from Regulation ___.

    Correct Answer
    E
  • 15. 

    OCC 235 addresses large payment system risk that applies to_________________.

    Correct Answer
    nationally chartered banks
    Explanation
    OCC 235 is a regulation that specifically targets large payment system risk. It is designed to address this risk in a specific group of institutions, namely nationally chartered banks. Therefore, the correct answer is nationally chartered banks, as OCC 235 applies to them in order to mitigate payment system risk.

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  • 16. 

    Recurring Payment - Notice to stop payment in ___ days.

    Correct Answer
    3
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 3 because it indicates the number of days required to provide notice for stopping a recurring payment. This means that if someone wants to stop a recurring payment, they need to give a notice at least 3 days in advance before the next payment is due.

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  • 17. 

    REG E allows ____ days to dispute an error.

    Correct Answer
    60
    Explanation
    REG E allows consumers 60 days to dispute an error. This means that if a consumer notices an error on their bank statement or electronic fund transfer, they have a period of 60 days to report it to their bank or financial institution. This timeframe is provided under the Regulation E, which is a federal regulation that protects consumers in electronic transactions and sets guidelines for error resolution procedures. By allowing consumers 60 days to dispute an error, REG E ensures that they have sufficient time to identify and report any discrepancies in their electronic transactions.

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  • 18. 

    Reg ____ permits 6 payments for a month period with 3 out of the 6 being ACH. If this is not the case, the account needs to be __________.

    Correct Answer
    D
    reclassified
    Explanation
    If a customer has a payment plan that allows for 6 payments in a month, with 3 of those payments being made through ACH (Automated Clearing House), and this condition is not met, then the account needs to be reclassified.

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  • 19. 

    Reg E does not cover _________ and ___________.

    Correct Answer
    checks
    wires
    Explanation
    Regulation E, also known as the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, provides consumer protection for electronic transfers of funds. However, it does not extend its coverage to checks and wires. This means that the rights and protections provided by Regulation E, such as error resolution and liability limits, do not apply to transactions involving checks or wire transfers.

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  • 20. 

    Regulation _____ is rights to the consumer. Does not cover __________ accounts.

    • A.

      E., Consumer

    • B.

      D., Transaction

    • C.

      E., Business

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. E., Business
    Explanation
    The correct answer is E., Business. This answer is correct because regulation E grants rights to consumers, not businesses. It does not cover business accounts.

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  • 21. 

    Regulation _______ governs certain aspects of check collectio such as funds avialability to the check depositor.

    Correct Answer
    CC
    Explanation
    The correct answer is CC because CC stands for Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act, also known as Check 21. This act was implemented in the United States to regulate certain aspects of check collection, including funds availability to the check depositor. Check 21 allows banks to process checks electronically, which has improved the efficiency and speed of check processing.

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  • 22. 

    Regulation CC was created by ____________ in _______.

    Correct Answer
    Federal Reserve Board
    1988
    Explanation
    Regulation CC, which governs the availability of funds and the collection of checks, was established by the Federal Reserve Board in 1988. This regulation sets forth the rules and requirements for banks and other financial institutions regarding check processing and the time it takes for funds to become available after a check deposit. The Federal Reserve Board, as the central banking system of the United States, has the authority to create and enforce regulations that promote the stability and efficiency of the country's financial system.

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  • 23. 

    Regulation _____ includes reserve requirements of Depository Institutions

    Correct Answer
    D
    Explanation
    Regulation D is the correct answer. Regulation D is a Federal Reserve regulation that includes reserve requirements for depository institutions. Reserve requirements refer to the amount of funds that banks and other depository institutions must hold in reserve against certain deposits. This regulation helps to ensure the stability and soundness of the banking system by controlling the amount of money that banks can lend out and preventing excessive risk-taking.

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  • 24. 

    Regulation E can be modified by:

    • A.

      Member Financial Institutions

    • B.

      Board of Governors of Federal Reserve

    • C.

      Payments Associations

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Board of Governors of Federal Reserve
    Explanation
    The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve has the authority to modify Regulation E. Regulation E is a federal regulation that provides consumer protections for electronic fund transfers, such as debit card transactions and electronic bill payments. The Board of Governors is responsible for overseeing and regulating the banking industry, and they have the power to make changes to regulations like Regulation E in order to adapt to changing technologies and consumer needs.

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  • 25. 

    What Regulation encompasses the check collection process when the Federal Reserve is used?

    • A.

      Regulation E

    • B.

      Regulation CC

    • C.

      Regulation J

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Regulation J
    Explanation
    Regulation J encompasses the check collection process when the Federal Reserve is used. This regulation sets forth the rules and procedures for the collection and payment of checks, including the rights and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve Banks and the participating financial institutions. It ensures the efficient and secure handling of check transactions and promotes the smooth functioning of the check collection system.

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  • 26. 

    UCC - Wholesale = corporate/commercial entries in ACH with what SEC codes:

    • A.

      PPD, CCD

    • B.

      CCD, CTX

    • C.

      PPD, SHR

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. CCD, CTX
    Explanation
    The correct answer is CCD, CTX. UCC-Wholesale refers to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) which governs commercial transactions in the United States. ACH (Automated Clearing House) is a payment system used for electronic funds transfers. PPD (Prearranged Payment and Deposit) is a code used for consumer payments, while CCD (Corporate Credit or Debit) and CTX (Corporate Trade Exchange) are codes used for corporate or commercial payments. Therefore, CCD and CTX are the appropriate SEC codes for UCC-Wholesale entries in ACH.

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  • 27. 

    UCC 4A is wholesale  ________ transfers, wire transfers, and wholesale ACH ________ entries.

    Correct Answer
    credit
    Explanation
    UCC 4A is a legal framework that governs wholesale credit transfers, wire transfers, and wholesale ACH credit entries. It provides rules and regulations for these types of transactions, ensuring their smooth and secure execution. The term "credit" refers to the act of transferring funds from one account to another, typically with the intention of providing payment or extending financial assistance. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "credit."

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  • 28. 

    Under what rule, does liability occur after the acceptance of an entry. "If you accept you have to post, can't later reject or vice versus"

    • A.

      Regulation CC

    • B.

      Regulation J

    • C.

      UCC 4A

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. UCC 4A
    Explanation
    UCC 4A, or the Uniform Commercial Code Article 4A, governs funds transfers and electronic payments. According to UCC 4A, once an entry is accepted, liability is incurred and the party accepting the entry cannot later reject it or vice versa. Therefore, under UCC 4A, liability occurs after the acceptance of an entry.

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  • 29. 

    UCC4A - Acceptance does not occur at the RDFI if the Receiver does not _______, _________, or ____________.

    Correct Answer
    have an account
    account is closed
    RDFI not permitted to accept CRs for Receiver
    Explanation
    Acceptance of a transaction does not occur at the RDFI (Receiving Depository Financial Institution) if the Receiver does not have an account, if their account is closed, or if the RDFI is not permitted to accept credit transfers for the Receiver. In these cases, the transaction cannot be processed and accepted by the RDFI.

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  • 30. 

    What Regulation has comercially Reasonable Security Procedures?

    • A.

      UCC 4A

    • B.

      Regulation E

    • C.

      FRB Operating Circular 4

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. UCC 4A
    Explanation
    UCC 4A, or the Uniform Commercial Code Article 4A, is a regulation that establishes commercially reasonable security procedures for electronic funds transfers. This regulation ensures that financial institutions have adequate security measures in place to protect customers' funds and information during electronic transactions. It sets standards for authentication, encryption, and other security measures to prevent unauthorized access or fraud. Therefore, UCC 4A is the correct answer as it specifically addresses commercially reasonable security procedures for electronic funds transfers.

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  • 31. 

    The only rule applicable to On-Us entries

    Correct Answer
    UCC 4A
    Explanation
    UCC 4A is the correct answer because it is the only rule that is applicable to On-Us entries. The question implies that there are multiple rules related to On-Us entries, but UCC 4A is the only one that applies.

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  • 32. 

    UCC 4A Section _________ is notice by the ODFI to Originator

    Correct Answer
    2.1.10
    Explanation
    UCC 4A Section 2.1.10 refers to the notice by the ODFI (Originating Depository Financial Institution) to the Originator. This section likely outlines the requirements and procedures for the ODFI to inform the Originator about any notices or notifications related to their transactions or accounts. Unfortunately, without further context or information, it is difficult to provide a more specific explanation.

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  • 33. 

    UCC 4A Section __________ is Notice by RDFI to Receiver.

    Correct Answer
    2.1.11
  • 34. 

    UCC 4A is adopted by all states except: 

    Correct Answer
    New York
    Rhode Island
    South Carolina
    Explanation
    UCC 4A, which stands for the Uniform Commercial Code Article 4A, is a set of laws that governs funds transfers and electronic payments. According to the given information, the correct answer is New York, Rhode Island, and South Carolina. This means that these three states have not adopted UCC 4A, while all other states have. The reason for this non-adoption could vary, but it could be due to different priorities or legal considerations in these particular states.

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  • 35. 

    UFF 4A - When does acceptance occur for the ODFI?

    • A.

      When ODFI executes/transmits file/entry to ACH Operator

    • B.

      With final settlement of item

    • C.

      When RDFI sends notification item was accepted

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. When ODFI executes/transmits file/entry to ACH Operator
    Explanation
    Acceptance occurs for the ODFI when they execute or transmit the file or entry to the ACH Operator. This means that once the ODFI initiates the transaction and sends it to the ACH Operator, acceptance has taken place. The other options, such as final settlement of the item or when the RDFI (Receiving Depository Financial Institution) sends a notification of acceptance, do not accurately represent when acceptance occurs for the ODFI.

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  • 36. 

    Entries subject to REG ___ are not covered by ___________ and vice versa.

    Correct Answer
    E
    UCC4A
    Explanation
    Entries subject to REG E are not covered by UCC4A and vice versa. This means that any transactions or entries that fall under the jurisdiction of Regulation E are not protected or governed by the provisions of UCC4A, and vice versa. Regulation E pertains to electronic fund transfers, while UCC4A refers to the Uniform Commercial Code provisions related to funds transfers. Therefore, any disputes, liabilities, or rights associated with these entries would need to be addressed according to the specific regulations and guidelines of either REG E or UCC4A, depending on the nature of the transaction.

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  • 37. 

    4A covers ___________ transactions; commercial and wholesale

    Correct Answer
    Corporate
    Explanation
    4A covers corporate transactions; commercial and wholesale. This means that 4A, whatever it may be referring to, includes transactions related to corporations, as well as those in the commercial and wholesale sectors. It implies that these types of transactions are within the scope of 4A.

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  • 38. 

    UCC4A: ____________ is obligated to pay the ODFI if the entry is accepted.

    Correct Answer
    Originator
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Originator" because under UCC4A, the originator of the entry is the party that is obligated to pay the ODFI (Originating Depository Financial Institution) if the entry is accepted. The originator is the entity that initiates the transaction and authorizes the movement of funds from their account to the recipient's account. Therefore, they hold the responsibility for ensuring that the funds are available and that the transaction is valid.

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  • 39. 

    UCC 4A - Credit given by the RDFI to the Receiver is provisional until___________. 

    Correct Answer
    final settlement
    Explanation
    The credit given by the RDFI (Receiving Depository Financial Institution) to the Receiver is considered provisional until the final settlement is made. This means that the funds transferred may still be subject to review, verification, or potential reversal until the final settlement process is completed. The final settlement ensures that all necessary checks and balances have been performed, and the transaction is officially concluded without any further contingencies.

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  • 40. 

    UCC4A: If settlement does not occur _______ is entitled to a refund.

    Correct Answer
    RDFI
    Explanation
    If settlement does not occur, the RDFI (Receiving Depository Financial Institution) is entitled to a refund. The RDFI is the financial institution that receives the electronic payment on behalf of the receiver. If the settlement of the payment does not happen, it means that the funds were not successfully transferred to the RDFI. In such a case, the RDFI would be entitled to a refund of the payment amount.

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  • 41. 

    UCC4A - RDFI not required to provide:

    Correct Answer
    immediate notice to receiver
    Explanation
    The RDFI (Receiving Depository Financial Institution) is not obligated to provide immediate notice to the receiver. This means that the RDFI does not have to inform the receiver right away about any updates or changes related to the transaction. The receiver may not receive immediate updates or notifications about the status of their transaction from the RDFI.

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  • 42. 

    UCCA3 Governs:

    Correct Answer
    checks
  • 43. 

    Under Reg E, how long does an institution have to resolve the error without providing a provisional recredit of the amount in question?

    Correct Answer
    10 days
    Explanation
    Under Regulation E, an institution has a maximum of 10 business days to resolve an error without providing a provisional recredit of the disputed amount. This means that if a customer reports an error in their account, the institution must investigate and resolve the issue within 10 business days. If they fail to do so, they are required to provide a provisional recredit to the customer's account while the investigation is ongoing.

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