1 Automated Clearing House THE SERVICE Customer wishes to initiate credit and/or debit Entries as an Originator through Bank to Accounts maintained at Bank and in other depository financial institutions by means of the Automated Clearing House Network ( ACH ) pursuant to the terms of this Agreement and the rules of the National Automated Clearing House Association ( NACHA ) and Financial Institution s operating rules and procedures for electronic Entries, including any exhibits or appendices thereto now in effect, or as may be amended from time to time, (the "Rules"), and Bank is willing to act as an Originating Depository Financial Institution ( ODFI ) with respect to such Entries. COMPLIANCE WITH RULES and LAWS Customer acknowledges it has a copy or has access to a copy of the Rules. The Rules may also be purchased online at Customer agrees to comply with and be subject to the Rules of NACHA in existence at the date of this Agreement, and any amendments to these Rules made from time to time. It shall be the responsibility of Customer that the origination of ACH Entries complies with U.S. law, including but not limited to sanctions enforced by the Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ). It shall further be the responsibility of Customer to obtain information regarding such OFAC enforced sanctions. Customer agrees that the performance of any action by Bank to debit or credit an Account or transfer funds otherwise required by the Rules is excused from the performance of such action to the extent that the action is inconsistent with United States law, including the obligations of Bank under OFAC or any program administered by the United States Department of the Treasury s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ( FinCEN ). Customer agrees generally and warrants to Bank that all actions by Customer contemplated by this Agreement, including the preparation, transmittal, and settlement of Entries and payment orders, shall comply in all material respects with United States laws, regulations, regulatory guidelines and guidance, and official commentaries, including without limitation all such regulations, guidelines, and commentaries issued by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve and the Federal Banks Examination Council ( FFIEC ). Bank will charge Customer with any fines or penalties imposed by OFAC, NACHA or any organizations which are incurred as a result of non-compliance by Customer and Customer agrees to fully reimburse and/or indemnify Bank for such charges or fines. The specific duties of Customer provided in the following paragraphs of this Agreement in no way limit the foregoing undertaking. The duties of Customer set forth in the following paragraphs of this Agreement in no way limit the requirement of complying with the Rules. BANK APPROVAL PROCESS Customer use of this Service may be subject to certain criteria established by Bank from time to time. If required, Bank will communicate to Customer the nature and content of that criteria and the information Customer will be required to provide to Bank. Customer agrees to provide Bank such financial, business and operating information as Bank may reasonably request in connection with Bank s approval process. Bank may require the personal guarantee of a principal or an owner of Customer. TRANSMISSION of ENTRIES BY CUSTOMER User(s) shall initiate the debit or credit Entries, as designated in the applicable Operational Instructions, hereunder on behalf of and selected by Customer. Bank shall be entitled to deem any person having knowledge of any Security Procedure and required to initiate Entries under this Agreement, to be a User. User(s) shall transmit Entries to Bank in computer readable form in compliance with the formatting and other requirements set forth in the NACHA file specifications or as otherwise specified by Bank. Entries shall be transmitted to Bank no later than the time and the number of days prior to the Effective Entry Date specified in the Processing Schedule, as outlined in the applicable Operational Instructions. The Settlement Date with respect to any Entries shall be the Business Day when such Entry is debited or credited in accordance with instructions of Customer. Entries received after the established processing
2 deadline shall be deemed to have been received on the next Business Day. The total dollar amount of Entries transmitted by Customer to Bank on any one Business Day shall not exceed the amount of collected funds in Customer s Account as of the effective date of the Entries. Bank generally reserves the right to limit the nature and amount of the preauthorized debit/credit Entries processed under this Agreement or to refuse to process any debit/credit Entries under this Agreement if, in Bank's sole judgment (i) there is reasonable cause to believe that any Entry will be returned or will not settle in the ordinary course of the Entry for any reason, (ii) to do otherwise would violate any limit set by the applicable Clearing House Association or any governmental authority or agency to control payment system risk, or (iii) a preauthorized credit Entry or the return of a preauthorized debit Entry would create an overdraft of Customer's Accounts. If any of the foregoing actions are taken by Bank with respect to a particular preauthorized debit/credit Entry, Bank will notify Customer as promptly as practicable, but in no event later than two Business Days after its decision. Customer may not reinitiate Entries except as prescribed by the Rules. INTERNATIONAL ACH ENTRIES Customer shall not initiate any International ACH Entries. INTERNET-INITIATED ENTRIES ( WEB ) At Bank s discretion Customer may initiate WEB Entries by completing the appropriate section of the applicable Operational Instructions. Customer warrants when originating WEB Entries Customer will adhere to the following NACHA rules with regard to this special standard entry class code: i. Entries representing the authorization of Internet-based/mobile payments must be identified via Customer s use of NACHA s WEB standard entry class code as defined in the Rules. ii. Customer s use of any standard entry class codes other than WEB in order to avoid the increased scrutiny required for such transactions shall constitute a violation of applicable law and may result in Customer s immediate loss of ACH Origination rights regardless of any termination notification period otherwise specified in this Agreement. iii. Customer will utilize commercially reasonable methods to establish the identity of the receiver, and hereby warrants to Bank that each such receiver has authorized Customer to submit ACH Entries to receiver s accounts in settlement of transactions to which receiver has agreed. iv. As required by the Rules, Customer must maintain records such as logs from an Internet ordering system as proof of each receiver s authorization. Bank from time to time may (without any obligation or duty to do so) require Customer to make such records available for Bank s review. v. As required by the Rules, Customer must use commercially reasonable procedures to verify that routing numbers are valid for Entries originated using the WEB standard entry class code. vi. As required by the Rules, Customer shall establish a secure Internet session with each receiver utilizing a commercially reasonable security technology providing a level of security that, at a minimum, is equivalent to 128 bit-encryption technology prior to the receiver entering any banking information. vii. Customer has employed a commercially reasonable fraudulent transaction detection system to screen each Entry. viii. Customer or its Third Party Processor must conduct an annual audit to ensure that the financial information it obtains from receiver is protected by security practices and procedures that include adequate levels of, (1) physical security to protect against theft, (2) personnel and access controls, and (3) network security. Bank reserves the right to obtain a copy of Customer s or its Third-Party Provider s annual audit.
3 TELEPHONE-INITIATED ENTRIES ( TEL ) At Bank s discretion Customer shall initiate TEL Entries by completing the appropriate section of the applicable Operational Instructions. Customer warrants when originating TEL Entries Customer will adhere to the following NACHA rules with regard to this special standard entry class code: i. Entries representing the authorization of telephone-based payments must be identified via Customer s use of NACHA s TEL standard entry class code as defined in the Rules; Customer s use of any standard entry class codes other than TEL in order to avoid the increased scrutiny required for such transactions shall constitute a violation of applicable law and may result in Customer s immediate loss of ACH Origination rights regardless of any termination notification period otherwise specified in this Agreement. ii. Customer will utilize commercially reasonable methods to establish the identity of the receiver, and hereby warrants to Bank that each such receiver has authorized Customer to submit ACH Entries to receiver s accounts for settlement of transactions to which receiver has agreed. iii. As required by the Rules, Customer must maintain records including but not limited to telephone voice recordings as proof of each receiver s authorization. Bank from time to time may (without any obligation or duty to do so) require Customer to make such records available for Bank s review. iv. As required by the Rules, Customer must use commercially reasonable procedures to verify that routing numbers are valid for Entries originated using the TEL standard entry class code. v. Customer will provide the receiver the disclosures and information required by the Rules. CREDIT and DEBIT ENTRIES; RECORDS RETENTION Customer shall obtain an authorization ( Authorization Agreement ) as required by the Rules from the person or entity whose Account will be debited or credited as the result of a debit or credit Entry initiated by Customer and Customer shall retain the Authorization Agreement in original form while it is in effect and the original or a copy of each authorization for two (2) years after termination or revocation of such authorization as stated in the Rules. Upon request, Customer shall furnish the original or a copy of the authorization to any affected Participating Depository Bank, as defined in the Rules. Specific authorization requirements for each SEC code are outlined in the applicable Operational Instructions. PROCESSING, TRANSMITTAL, and SETTLEMENT BY BANK Except as otherwise provided for in this Agreement and if Bank elects to accept Entries, Bank shall: (a) use commercially reasonable efforts to comply with the instructions of Customer, (i) process Entries received from Customer to conform with the file specifications set forth in the Rules, (ii) transmit such Entries as an ODFI to the "ACH" processor selected by Bank, (iii) settle for such Entries as provided in the Rules, and (iv) in the case of a credit Entry received for credit to an Account with Bank ("On-Us Entry"), Bank shall credit the Receiver's account in the amount of such credit Entry on the Effective Entry Date contained in such credit Entry provided such credit Entry is received by Bank at the time and in the form prescribed by Bank. (b) transmit such Entries to the ACH processor by the deposit deadline of the ACH processor, provided: (i) such Entries are completely received by Bank s cut-off time at the location specified by Bank to Customer from time to time; (ii) the Effective Entry Date satisfies the criteria provided by Bank to Customer; and (iii) the ACH processor is open for business on such Business Day. Customer agrees that the ACH processor selected by Bank shall be considered to have been selected by and designated by Customer. Bank payment of any debit Entry, returned credit Entry, or credit Reversal is provisional until Bank receives final settlement for the Entry or Reversal. If final settlement is not received, Bank is entitled to a refund and may charge Customer s Account for the amount previously credited. Bank may delay the availability of any amount credited for a debit Entry or a credit Reversal if Bank believes there may be insufficient funds in Customer s Account to cover any chargeback or return of the Entry or Reversal.
4 SETTLEMENT of CREDIT ENTRIES and RETURNED DEBIT ENTRIES Customer agrees to settle for all credit Entries issued by Customer, User(s), or credit Entries otherwise made effective against Customer. Customer shall make settlement at such time on the Effective Entry date by Bank of such credit Entries as Bank, in its discretion, may determine, and the amount of each On- Us Entry at such time on the Effective Entry Date of such credit Entry as Bank, in its discretion, may determine. Customer shall settle with Bank for the amount of each debit Entry returned by a Receiving Depository Bank ( RDFI ) or debit Entry dishonored by Bank. Settlement shall be made by Customer to Bank in any manner specified by Bank. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Bank is hereby authorized to charge the Account(s) ("Authorized Account(s)") designated in applicable Operational Instructions, as settlement for credit Entries issued by Customer or returned or dishonored debit Entries. PRE-FUNDING Bank reserves the right to require Customer to pre-fund an Account maintained at Bank prior to the Settlement Date of an ACH credit file. Bank shall determine whether pre-funding is required based on criteria established from time to time by Bank. When pre-funding, Customer shall maintain sufficient collected funds in the Authorized Account(s) to settle for the credit Entries at the time the credit Entries are issued by Customer. Bank shall not process Entries unless sufficient collected funds are in the authorized settlement Account. ON-US ENTRIES Except as provided in the section titled, Rejection of Entries, or in the case of an Entry received for credit to an Account maintained with Bank (an "On-Us Entry"), Bank shall credit the Receiver s account in the amount of such Entry on the Effective Entry Date contained in such Entry, provided the requirements set forth herein. If any of those requirements are not met, Bank shall use reasonable efforts to credit the Receiver s account in the amount of such Entry no later than the next Business Day following such Effective Entry Date. RESERVES From time to time, Bank shall evaluate Customer's Entry activity for the purpose of establishing averages for Entry frequency, amount, returns and adjustments. These evaluations will occur at least annually and may occur more frequently at Bank's discretion. In connection with these evaluations, Bank reserves the right to require Customer to establish reserves with Bank calculated by Bank to cover Customer's obligations to Bank arising from ACH activities under this Agreement. Reserves may be expressed as a fixed dollar amount or as a "rolling reserve" calculated based on "rolling" averages determined by Bank's periodic evaluations. The amount of reserves required by Bank, if any, will be communicated directly to Customer from time to time. Customer agrees to establish reserves as required by Bank within five (5) Business Days after receipt of a communication from Bank setting forth the amount of required reserves and the basis of calculation used to determine the amount of reserves. Bank may suspend ACH processing activity for Customer if Customer fails to establish the required amount of reserves within the time period specified by Bank in its communication to Customer. REJECTION of ENTRIES Customer agrees that Bank has no obligation to accept Entries and therefore may reject any Entry issued by Customer. Bank has no obligation to notify Customer of the rejection of an Entry but Bank will make a best attempt to advise customer if situation arises which is deemed necessary to reject submitted Entries. Bank shall have no liability to Customer for rejection of an Entry and shall not be liable to pay interest to Customer even if the amount of Customer's payment order is fully covered by a withdrawable credit balance in Customer s Account or Bank has otherwise received full payment from Customer.
5 CANCELLATION or AMENDEMENT BY CUSTOMER Customer shall have no right to cancel or amend any Entry after its receipt by Bank. However, Bank may, at its option, accept a cancellation or amendment by Customer. If Bank accepts a cancellation or amendment of an Entry, Customer must comply with the Security Procedures provided outlined in the applicable Operational Instructions. If such a request is received by Bank before the affected Entry has been transmitted to the ACH (or, in the case of an On-Us Entry, before the Receiver's account has been credited or debited), Bank will use reasonable efforts to cancel or amend the Entry as requested, but Bank shall have no liability if the cancellation or amendment is not effected. If Bank accepts a cancellation or amendment of an Entry, Customer hereby agrees to indemnify, defend all claims and hold Bank harmless from any loss, damages, or expenses, including but not limited to attorney's fees, incurred by Bank as the result of its acceptance of the cancellation or amendment. REVERSALS of ENTRIES (a) General Procedure: Upon proper and timely request by Customer, as outlined in the applicable Operational Instructions, Bank will use reasonable efforts to effect a reversal of an Entry or File. To be "proper and timely," the request must (i) be made within five (5) Business Days of the Effective Entry Date for the Entry or File to be reversed; (ii) be made immediately, not to exceed ten (10) hours, upon discovery of the error; and (iii) be accompanied by an ACH Adjustment Request Form and comply with all of the Rules. In addition, if Customer requests reversal of a Debit Entry or Debit File, Customer shall concurrently deposit into Customer s Account an amount equal to that Entry or File. Customer shall notify the Receiver of any reversing Entry initiated to correct any Entry it has initiated in error. The notification to the Receiver must include the reason for the reversal and be made no later than the Settlement Date of the reversing Entry. (b) No Liability: Reimbursement to Bank. Under no circumstances shall Bank be liable to Customer for interest or related losses if the requested reversal of an Entry is not effected. Customer shall reimburse Bank for any expenses, losses or damages Bank incurs in effecting or attempting to effect Customer's request for reversal of an Entry. ERROR DETECTION Bank has no obligation to discover and shall not be liable to Customer for errors made by Customer, including but not limited to errors made in identifying the Receiver, or an Intermediary or RDFI or for errors in the amount of an Entry or for errors in Settlement Dates. Bank shall likewise have no duty to discover and shall not be liable for duplicate Entries issued by Customer. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Customer discovers that any Entry Customer has initiated was in error, Customer shall notify Bank of such error. If such notice is received no later than four (4) hours prior to the ACH receiving deadline, Bank will utilize reasonable efforts to initiate an adjusting Entry or stop payment of an On-Us credit Entry within the time limits provided by the Rules. In the event that Customer makes an error or issues a duplicate Entry, Customer shall indemnify, defend all claims, and hold Bank harmless from any loss, damages, or expenses, including but not limited to attorney's fees, incurred by Bank as result of the error or issuance of duplicate Entries. PROHIBITIED ENTRIES Customer agrees not to use or attempt to use the Services (a) to engage in any illegal purpose or activity or to violate any applicable law, rule or regulation, (b) to breach any contract or agreement by which Customer is bound, (c) to engage in any Internet or online gambling Entry, whether or not gambling is legal in any applicable jurisdiction, or (d) to engage in any Entry or activity that is not specifically authorized and permitted by this Agreement. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Bank has no obligation to monitor Customer s use of the Services for Entries and activity that is impermissible or prohibited under the terms of this Agreement; provided, however, that Bank reserves the right to decline to execute any Entry or activity that Bank believes violates the terms of this Agreement.
6 PRE-NOTIFICATION Customer, at Customer s option, may send pre-notification that Customer intends to initiate an Entry or Entries to a particular Account within the time limits prescribed for such notice in the Rules. Such notice shall be provided to Bank in the format and on the medium provided in the media format section of such Rules. If Customer receives notice that such pre-notification has been rejected by an RDFI within the prescribed period, or that an RDFI will not receive Entries without having first received a copy of the Authorization signed by its customer, Customer will not initiate any corresponding Entries to such Accounts until the cause for rejection has been corrected or until providing the RDFI with such authorization within the time limits provided by the Rules. RETURNED ENTRIES Bank shall notify Customer by , facsimile transmission, US mail, or other means of the receipt of a returned Entry. Except for an Entry retransmitted by Customer in accordance with the requirements provided herein, Bank shall have no obligation to retransmit a returned Entry if Bank complied with the terms of this Agreement with respect to the original Entry. Bank shall have no obligation to notify the Receiver of a returned Entry. Bank shall monitor Customer return activity and may request proof of authorization for any Entry. If Bank deems that Customer has excessive unauthorized returns, Bank may terminate Customer s ability to submit ACH debit Entries immediately. NOTIFICATION OF CHANGE Bank shall provide Customer all information, as required by the Rules, with respect to each Notification of Change ( NOC ) Entry or Corrected Notification of Change ( Corrected NOC ) Entry received by Bank relating to Entries transmitted by Customer. Bank must provide such information to Customer within two (2) Business Days of the Settlement Date of each NOC or Corrected NOC Entry. Customer shall ensure that changes requested by the NOC or Corrected NOC are made within six (6) Business Days of Customer's receipt of the NOC information from Bank or prior to initiating another Entry to the Receiver's account, whichever is later. If the Notification of Change is incorrect, Customer will generate a refused Notification of Change and deliver it to Bank. If Customer does not comply with the requirements to make changes requested by the NOC, Bank may charge Customer for any and all NACHA rule violation fines resulting from such rule infraction or cease processing Entries until the changes are made. PROVISIONAL SETTLEMENT Customer shall be bound by and comply with the Rules as in effect from time to time, including without limitation the provision thereof making payment of an Entry by the RDFI to the Receiver provisional until receipt by the RDFI of final settlement for such Entry; and Customer acknowledges that Customer has received notice of that Rule and or the fact that, if such settlement is not received, the RDFI shall be entitled to a refund from the Receiver of the amount credited and Customer shall not be deemed to have paid the Receiver the amount of the Entry. CUSTOMER REPRESENTATIONS and WARRANTIES; INDEMNITY With respect to each and every Entry transmitted by Customer, Customer represents and warrants to Bank and agrees that (a) each person or entity shown as the Receiver on an Entry received by Bank from Customer has authorized the initiation of such Entry and the crediting or debiting of its Account in the amount and on the Effective Entry Date shown on such Entry, (b) such authorization is operative at the time of transmittal or crediting or debiting by Bank as provided herein, (c) Entries transmitted to Bank by Customer are limited to those types of credit and debit Entries set forth in the applicable Operational Instructions, (d) Customer shall perform its obligations under this Agreement in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, and orders, including, but not limited to, the sanctions laws, regulations, and orders administered by OFAC; laws, regulations, and orders administered FinCEN; and any state laws, regulations, or orders applicable to the providers of ACH payment services, and (e) Customer shall be bound by and comply with the provision of the Rules (among other provisions of the Rules) making
7 payment of an Entry by the RDFI to the Receiver provisional until receipt by the RDFI of final settlement for such Entry. Customer specifically acknowledges that it has received notice of the rule regarding provisional payment and of the fact that, if such settlement is not received, the RDFI shall be entitled to a refund from the Receiver of the amount credited and Customer shall not be deemed to have paid the Receiver the amount of the Entry. Customer shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Bank, and its officers, directors, agents, and employees, from and against any and all actions, costs, claims, losses, damages, or expenses, including attorney's fees and expenses, resulting from or arising out of (aa) any breach of any of the agreements, representations or warranties of Customer contained in this Agreement; or (bb) any act or omission of Customer or any other person acting on Customer's behalf. FINANCIAL INFORMATION and AUDIT Bank may from time to time request information from Customer in order to evaluate a continuation of the Service to be provided by Bank hereunder and/or adjustment of any limits set by this Agreement. Customer agrees to provide the requested financial information immediately upon request by Bank, in the form required by Bank. Customer authorizes Bank to investigate or reinvestigate at any time any information provided by Customer in connection with this Agreement or the Service. Upon request by Bank, Customer hereby authorizes Bank to enter Customer s business premises for the purpose of ensuring that Customer is in compliance with this Agreement and Customer specifically authorizes Bank to perform an audit of Customer s operational controls, risk management practices, staffing and the need for training and ongoing support, and information technology infrastructure. Customer hereby acknowledges and agrees that Bank shall have the right to mandate specific internal controls at Customer s location(s) and Customer shall comply with any such mandate. In addition, Customer hereby agrees to allow Bank to review available reports of independent audits performed at Customer s location related to information technology, the Service and any associated operational processes. Customer agrees that if requested by Bank, Customer will complete a self-assessment of Customer s operations, management, staff, systems, internal controls, training and risk management practices that would otherwise be reviewed by Bank in an audit of Customer. If Customer refuses to provide the requested financial information, or if Bank concludes, in its sole discretion, that the risk of Customer is unacceptable, if Customer violates this Agreement or the Rules, or if Customer refuses to give Bank access to Customer s premises, Bank may terminate the Service and this Agreement according to the provisions hereof. ENTRIES INITIATED THROUGH FILE DELIVERY Customer or Customer s Third Party Processor may submit Entries using Bank s File Delivery Service. Customer will submit a transmittal containing file control totals prior to submission of file. Bank will not process unless the transmittal information matches the totals on the file of Entries. ENTRIES INITIATED THROUGH ELECTRONIC BANKING Customer may choose to initiate instructions via the Electronic Banking channel by completing the appropriate section of the applicable Operational Instructions. THIRD-PARTY SENDERS When Customer is acting in the capacity of a Third-Party Sender, as defined by the Rules, the following additional obligations and liabilities shall apply with respect to the transmission of ACH Entries: (a) Third-Party Sender is responsible to provide Bank with any information that Bank considers to be reasonably necessary to identify each Originator for which Bank, as ODFI, transmits Entries. Upon the receipt of a request from Bank for such information, Customer must provide the information within two (2) Business Days. Third-Party Sender shall verify the identity of any Originator prior to transmission of ACH Entries;
8 (b) Third-Party Sender warrants to Bank that the Originator has agreed to assume the responsibilities of an Originator, as required by the Rules. In any case in which the Originator fails to perform its obligations as an Originator under the Rules, the Third-Party Sender indemnifies Bank against any loss. (c) If Third-Party Sender performs any obligations of Bank as ODFI under the Rules, Third-Party Sender agrees it shall also perform the requirements of an ODFI under the Rules, and warrants its legal ability to do so. (d) Third-Party Sender agrees it is obligated to make payment to Bank for all credit Entries and all debit Entries that are returned by the RDFI. In the event that Bank does not receive payment from the Third Party Sender, the Originator of the Entry agrees to pay Bank. (e) Third-Party Sender agrees and shall ensure its Originators agree to the responsibilities outlined in this section within for the retention and delivery of any records, documentation and data related to copies of items, copies of source documents or records of authorization. (f) Third-Party Sender agrees to conduct an annual audit of Third-Party Sender s ACH rules compliance, and to provide documentation supporting such audit must be provided upon request by Bank within five Business Days. (g) Third-Party Sender acknowledges that Bank may refuse to transmit any Entry if, in its sole discretion, it determines that the Originator would otherwise be ineligible, under Bank s then-current internal criteria, to conduct ACH activity with Bank. In such instances, Bank, at its option and upon notice, may require that Customer cease submitting Entries on behalf of such Originator. Bank shall not be required to disclose the reasons for such ineligibility; (h) Upon request, Third Party Sender agrees to provide Bank with identifying information including, but not limited to Customer Name, Address, EIN/TIN and NAICS code for their customers.
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