The Electronic Check Clearing House Organization (ECCHO) is a business line of The Clearing House and is well-positioned to promote the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the check payment system now and in the future. Through a partnership with ECCHO, Alloya is pleased to deliver free check education to credit unions. These sessions can also help credit union professionals prepare for and retain the National Check Professional (NCP) certification.
All sessions are free of charge and will be held from 1:00 – 2:15 pm CT on the dates listed below.
Please note that live sessions are open to all credit unions regardless of Alloya membership status, but the session recordings are available exclusively to Alloya members via the "Recorded Training" section of Premier View.
This session will review the basic warranties found in Regulation CC and UCC 3&4 that are made by each party in the collection of a check. We will also cover the steps needed to make and respond to claims in order to comply with the appropriate regulations.
Future ECCHO sessions:
June 30 | Duplicates: The Never-Ending Story
This session discusses the industry challenge of duplicate images being presented and paid. Scenarios illustrate the obligations and liabilities of depository and paying financial institutions.
July 28 | Holder in Due Course and the Remote Deposit Capture Indemnity
Join us for this session where we will review the terms of being a Holder in Due Course (HIDC) and discuss how that legal status has consequences when Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) indemnity claims are resolved.
August 25 | Remotely Created Checks
This session will address the “Remotely Created Check” as defined in Regulation CC and the warranty a presenting bank makes when a remotely created check is authorized by your account holder.
September 29 | Indorsement Claims
This session will review indorsements and the UCC presentment warranty that the presenting bank is “entitled to enforce.” It will also address how to resolve a potential warranty breach.
October 27 | Altered Checks and Presumption of Alteration
Join this session to understand the obligations and liabilities of the paying bank and depository bank when an altered check is paid.
November 10 | Rule 9
Is your credit union registered as an ECCHO member? Then Rule 9 applies to you. Learn the fundamentals of Rule 9, what it is, how it works and when a Rule 9 claim can be made.
Education Webinar Recordings
Select recorded sessions available at no charge through Premier View.
The recordings are located behind Premier View. Login is required to download the slides and view the sessions.
From the Premier View home screen, click on the book icon in the upper right, then Recorded Training.