Effective February 9, 2022
Welcome to Capital One, N.A. (hereafter referred to as “Capital One Bank,” “Capital One,” “we,” “us,” or “our”). These Rules Governing Deposit Accounts (herein after referred to as “Rules”), as well as other agreements that are provided to you separately, as may be amended from time to time, constitute the deposit contract which governs all deposit accounts with Capital One Bank. By opening or continuing to maintain a deposit account with us, each customer (referred to as “you” or “your”) agrees to be bound by the applicable provisions of these Rules, and all applicable agreements, disclosures, and other documents, as well as by all applicable federal or state laws, statutes and regulations. Please keep a copy of the Rules.
We may decline to open an account for any reason, or for no reason. We are not liable for any damages or liabilities resulting from refusal of an account relationship.
Important information about procedures for opening a new account. To help the United States Government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information identifying each person who opens an account.
When you open an account, we will ask for your name, street address (a post office box may not be used), date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We will also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.
Taxpayer Identification Number. Federal law requires that you provide us with your Social Security Number or your Employer Identification Number before opening any account. If you are in the process of applying for such a number, we may open your account temporarily pending receipt of the number. If you fail to provide us with the number, we may close the account at any time without prior notice to you.
Your new account. Additional terms and conditions, applicable service charges, minimum deposit requirement, and where applicable, information concerning the calculation, compounding and crediting of interest are contained in the disclosure statement and agreement for the type of account you have opened (your “Account Disclosure”).
Your account is considered a new account if it has been open for thirty (30) calendar days or less. If you already have existing accounts with Capital One Bank that have been open for a period of at least thirty (30) calendar days, accounts subsequently opened will not be considered new accounts.
Additional deposits. Unless otherwise provided by the terms and conditions contained in your Account Disclosure, there is no limit on the number of deposits that may be made to an account, however, we reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to refuse further deposits to your account.
Crediting of deposits. Funds deposited in a branch before 2 p.m. local time, or such later time posted in the branch, (9 p.m. ET for funds deposited at an ATM) on any business day will be credited to the applicable account that business day. Funds deposited after the above stated times will be credited on that business day or the next business day. Please refer to the section of this disclosure entitled Deposit Availability Disclosure to determine when funds are available for withdrawal or for paying transactions on your account.
Accepting items for deposit. We will accept items for deposit, but act only as your agent for collection and assume no responsibility for these items, beyond the exercise of ordinary care.
Even though we credit your account for the amount of any item, this credit is temporary until we receive final payment in cash or other manner acceptable to us. Any temporary credit may be reversed by us. We reserve the right to require waiting periods, as described in the Deposit Availability Disclosure provided herein, before we will allow withdrawal against temporary credits. If an item you deposit (or a check cashed against your account) is returned to us unpaid, or if we receive a claim from another bank that the item was not properly payable (for example, a claim that the item was altered), we may debit the entire amount of the item (plus any applicable fees) from any account you hold with us, even if doing so creates an overdraft. If a temporary credit is reversed or an item is charged back to your account, a fee may be deducted from the account, together with any interest earned on the amount of the item. Your account may also be debited for any special fees incurred in processing items for collection.
If checks deposited into multiple accounts are returned unpaid, we’ll debit your account with the largest amount deposited. For equal deposit amounts, we'll debit the account that first received a deposit. If one of the deposits was to a Total Control Checking, Confidence Savings, or a 360 account, we'll always debit that account for the full amount. Please ask a banker if you have questions.
Foreign checks are handled as collection items only and are converted at our current daily rate and credited in U.S. dollars. Foreign checks sent for collection are exchanged at the exchange rate on the day of payment. All returned foreign checks will be charged back to your account at the rate used when initially credited and may be subject to a return fee and foreign bank charge (if applicable). Any payment(s) made to you from such items shall be provisionally credited to your account until we receive final payment from the foreign bank. Please note that while the foreign check collection process typically takes anywhere from four to six weeks, we have no control over the process once a check is sent for foreign collection. Accordingly, the process may take longer, depending on the foreign bank. You hereby waive notice of dishonor, nonpayment, or protest with respect to any items credited to or charged against your account.
Receipts for deposits. We will give you a receipt for the total amount shown on your deposit ticket, but the amount must be verified before it is credited to your account. If an error is discovered in the amount of your deposit, we will adjust your account and notify you of the correction.
Deposit errors. If we mistakenly credit your account for funds to which you are not the rightful owner, we may deduct those funds from your account, even if this causes your account to be overdrawn. We may do so at any time and without prior notice to you.
Envelope depository. We may accept payments and/or deposits through the use of an “envelope depository” (a “drop” receptacle into which envelopes may be placed during business and nonbusiness hours). You authorize us to remove your payment and/or deposit from the envelope, count the funds and credit your account.
The envelope depository is provided as a convenience to our clients, and we are not responsible for any loss suffered by you resulting from your use of said envelope depository unless caused by our gross negligence or willful misconduct. If an error is discovered in the amount of your deposit, we will adjust your account and notify you of the correction.
Withdrawals. Withdrawals from your account may be made at the teller window only by authorized signer(s) on the account. We will not pay withdrawals to third parties. If you provide your ATM card or ATM/Debit card and personal access code to a third party, you have authorized the third party to withdraw funds from your account at a teller window, ATM machine or point of sale terminal.
Account transaction limitations. Commercial-purpose savings accounts (including savings accounts with check writing privileges and money market accounts) may be limited in the number of transfers or withdrawals allowed per monthly service charge cycle to a third party or to another account of the depositor at Capital One Bank by means of preauthorized, automatic, telephone or online transfers.
If you exceed the number of transactions permitted in a monthly service charge cycle as disclosed to you in the applicable product disclosure more than once during any twelve-month period, you may be charged a fee for each transaction in excess of the number permitted (an "Excessive Transaction Fee"). Please see the current Schedule of Fees and Charges applicable to your account for the amount of the Excessive Transaction Fee. If you exceed six (6) transfers or withdrawals from your account three (3) times in any twelve-month period you agree that we may, at our discretion, convert your savings or money market account to an account that is not subject to transaction limits (a “transaction account”).
Consumer savings accounts are not currently subject to a transfer limit. You will be notified if we choose to re-impose a limit.
Unless your Account Disclosures provide otherwise, you may make any number of withdrawals from your account in person or at any ATM; provided that you do not exceed daily ATM cash withdrawal limits. Please refer to our Electronic Fund Transfers Agreement and Disclosure (“EFT Disclosure”) available on our Website or at any of our banking offices for the daily cash withdrawal and point of sale limits applicable to your ATM card or ATM/Debit card.
Notice of withdrawal. We may allow withdrawals at any time, but reserve the right to require twenty-one (21) days written notice of intention to withdraw funds from any savings, money market and negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) account.
Large cash transactions. We reserve the right to place a limit on the amount of cash that may be deposited or withdrawn in a business day. We may require advance notice of a large cash withdrawal, and we may require that the cash be obtained by an armored carrier (at your expense). We may also refuse to accept a cash deposit for a very large amount.
Same-day transactions. We are not responsible for paying items against deposits made the same day the items are presented for payment.
Statements. We will provide you with monthly or periodic statements for certain accounts. The postal (or electronic) address you provide to us will be deemed to be correct for purposes of delivering account statements and other notices to you, until we receive a change of address notification from you. If your statement is returned to us as a result of your failure to notify us of your change in address, we may stop sending account statements to you until a valid address is provided to us, but for all purposes it shall be considered as if we delivered your account statement to you as of the date that was or would have been printed on your account statement. If you enroll in Online Banking, your periodic statements will be accessible online from the date of enrollment. You must inspect your statement and any cancelled checks promptly after they are made available to you. You have a responsibility to review your account statement in a timely manner and to notify us promptly of any errors. Within sixty (60) days after your statement is postmarked or made available to you, or account transaction history is made available to you through Online Banking, you must notify us in writing of any errors, discrepancies or irregularities, including but not limited to, unauthorized signature, alterations, improper charges, unauthorized transfers or withdrawal of funds, nonreceipt of an expected statement, or that any deposit was not properly credited to your account. We will not be responsible for any loss suffered by you if you do not notify us in writing within these stated time periods. If we pay an item bearing an unauthorized signature, forged maker’s signature or forged endorsement or alteration, our liability, if any, shall be limited to the face amount of the item.
Claim of loss. If you claim a credit or refund because of a forgery, alteration, or any other unauthorized withdrawal, you agree to cooperate with us in the investigation of the loss. Your cooperation may include, but not be limited to, providing us with an affidavit containing whatever reasonable information we require concerning your account, the transaction and the circumstances surrounding the loss. You further agree to notify law enforcement authorities of any criminal act related to the claim. We will have a reasonable period of time to investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding any claim of loss. Unless we have acted in bad faith, we will not be liable for special or consequential damages, including loss of profits or opportunity, or for attorneys’ fees incurred by you. You agree that you will not waive any rights you have to recover your loss against anyone who is obligated to repay, insure or otherwise reimburse you for your loss. You will pursue your rights or, at our option, assign them to us so that we may pursue them. Our liability will be reduced by the amount you recover or are entitled to recover from these other sources.
If you make a claim, or if we suspect that your account may be compromised, we may recommend that you close the account. For non-consumer accounts only, if you decline to close the account, you agree that we will not be liable to you for subsequent losses or damages on the account due to unauthorized activity.
Transactions using our IVR System. Telephone transactions using the IVR System may require a combination of: 1) the entry of your social security number 2) the entry of the last four digits of your account number 3) the entry of your debit card number 4) the entry of your debit card pin or 5) automated phone number verification/matching to transfer funds between checking, savings and money market accounts bearing your name and linked to your social security number. All accounts must be maintained with us. You are solely responsible for the security of your debit card pin, which should be held under the strictest confidence and not revealed to other persons. If you know or suspect that another person knows your debit card pin, you should notify us immediately so that your debit card pin may be changed. You will be liable for unauthorized transactions to your accounts using your debit card pin to the extent allowed by applicable state or federal law. You hereby agree that the security procedure described in this section is commercially reasonable and authorize us to process transfers between your accounts via our automated telephone service. Please consult our EFT Disclosure for the rules and regulations regarding telephone transfers and the limits of our liability.
Processing order of credits and debits. We process credits and debits to your account in a specific order. We refer to this as the processing order and it is how we decide what posts first and last each day. The processing order also determines the order that you will see the items on your statement.
Our processing order might not be the same as the order you make transactions and could result in overdraft transactions. You can avoid overdrafts on your account by always making sure you have enough available funds in your account to cover your transactions. Please read the Deposit Availability Disclosure section of these Rules for more information on when we make funds available to you.
Credits, like a check or cash deposit, increase your account balance. Debits, like ATM withdrawals and debit card transactions, decrease your balance. We will process credits and debits as follows:
To help you better understand our debit processing, we have created the following table that includes both the category of debits to be processed and our processing order for each:
Uncollected/held funds. We reserve the right to return and/or refuse to pay any check, in-person withdrawal, ATM withdrawal or other electronic item or instruction which is presented for payment against uncollected/held funds. If you have a commercial account, a fee may be deducted from the account for any item drawing against uncollected funds, whether the item is paid or returned unpaid, in accordance with our current Schedule of Fees and Charges.
Returning items for insufficient funds. You do not have the right to write a check or draft, to make an ATM or other withdrawal, or to initiate or have an automatic debit processed against your account for an amount that exceeds your available balance (If you’re enrolled in an overdraft protection, we’ll transfer available amounts to cover the transaction in accordance with the agreement governing your overdraft protection plan). At any time before final payment (as defined in the Uniform Commercial Code) we may return any check, draft, image, negotiable order of withdrawal, electronic debit or other item presented for payment against your account when there are insufficient available funds in your account to pay the item or if for some other reason the item is not good or payable. In addition, we may charge a fee for each item returned in accordance with our current Schedule of Fees and Charges.
Overdrafts. This section applies to consumer accounts. Business-purpose accounts may have different policies.
What is an overdraft?
An overdraft occurs when you do not have enough money in your account to cover a debit transaction, but we pay it anyway. Debit transactions include your checks, Automated Clearinghouse (ACH) transactions, bill payments, regularly scheduled repeating payments (like your mortgage or car payment) and other withdrawals you make.
What overdraft services do we offer?
For all checking accounts, we will consider paying your checks, ACH (such as your mortgage payment), bill payments, withdrawals and recurring debit card transactions (like your monthly gym payment) into overdraft rather than returning the item unpaid.
We also offer an additional overdraft service that you can opt into. If you opt into this service we will also consider paying your everyday one-time debit card and ATM transactions.
You can also ask us to generally decline all transactions that would take your account into overdraft.
Regardless of the overdraft service you have, sometimes we are required to pay a transaction that may create an overdraft in your account. Here are two examples of when this could happen:
In either case, you still won’t be charged a fee.
You can avoid overdrafts on your account by always making sure that you have sufficient funds in your account to cover all the transactions presented for payment.
How do we handle overdraft items?
You have no right to overdraw your account at any time, for any reason, and our decision to pay overdraft transactions is solely within our discretion. We may refuse to pay an overdraft transaction at any time, even though we may have previously paid overdrafts. If we choose to pay a transaction into overdraft, you must make a deposit into your account to cover the overdrawn amount. We will send you a notice to let you know that your account is overdrawn. You will receive the notice via mail if you have not agreed to receive electronic communications or if you have not provided us with a valid email address.
When deciding to pay transactions that cause an overdraft, we consider a variety of factors, including the amount of the transaction and/or your history with us, including whether you’ve previously had too many overdrafts on your account(s).
What else do you need to know?
Maintaining a negative balance in your account for 56 consecutive calendar days will result in account closure and this could affect your ability to open new accounts with us or other banks in the future. Also, we may report the account closure to a consumer reporting agency.
Stop payment orders. You or any one of the signers on your account may request us to stop payment on a check written on your account by providing us with the account number and the check number or check range. You understand that unless we have complete and accurate information from you, we may be unable to identify the check for which a stop payment has been requested which will result in the check being paid. We also require a reasonable amount of time to act on the request. If two or more signatures are required to transact business, we may accept any ONE authorized signature for a stop payment order.
Under certain circumstances, current transaction information may not be available, and the item upon which a stop payment has been requested may already have been paid. If the item upon which you have stopped payment has already been paid, we will refund the stop payment fee at your request. Written stop payment orders expire after six (6) months. All stop payment orders entered by you through Teleservice24℠ expire six months from the date entered unless otherwise renewed by you in writing before they expire.
Unless stop payment orders are renewed in writing, Capital One Bank assumes no responsibility if the item is paid after the expiration of the stop payment order. You will be charged a fee for initial and renewed stop payment orders.
You may not stop payment on a check that is used to purchase a Cashier’s Check, on the purchased Cashier’s Check (except as otherwise provided by applicable law), or on any item that has already cleared or has been paid.
Automated processing. In accordance with general banking standards, we have adopted automated collection and payment systems which rely on information encoded onto each check in magnetic ink. You agree that we may disregard all information on any check drawn on your account (front and back) other than your signature, the amount of the check and the information encoded in magnetic ink. You further agree that we shall not be deemed to have failed to exercise ordinary care in paying an item solely because our procedures do not require us to perform a sight examination of items with a face amount below a threshold level established by us from time to time.
Post-dated checks. If you write a post-dated check, we may pay it and charge it against your account, even if it is presented prior to the date of the check.
Stale Checks. We are not obligated to pay a check presented for payment more than six months after its date (a “Stale Check”). Notwithstanding the foregoing, you agree to hold us harmless if we pay a Stale Check. If you do not want us to pay a Stale Check, you must place a stop-payment order on the check.
Restrictive legends. We are not required to honor any restrictive legend placed on checks you write. Examples of restrictive legends placed on checks are “must be presented within 90 days” or “not valid for more than $1000.00”. We are not responsible for any losses, claims, damages, or expenses that result from your placement of these or other special instructions on your checks.
Drafts which do not bear your signature. If we receive a draft drawn against your account which does not contain your signature as reflected on the signature card for your account we may, at our discretion, return the draft unpaid. If you wish to ensure that a draft drawn against your account but not bearing your signature will be paid, you must communicate to us in advance that you want the draft to be paid.
Facsimile signature/system-generated signatures. If you authorize us to honor any facsimile or system-generated signature, you have the sole responsibility for maintaining the security of each signature affixing device or system. No facsimile or system-generated signature shall be deemed to be an unauthorized signature notwithstanding the lack of authority of the person(s) affixing such signature, and you shall be solely responsible for any and all losses incurred in connection with the use of the facsimile or system-generated signature.
Checks presented over the counter for payment by a non-customer. To the extent permitted by applicable law, you agree that if a check drawn against your account is presented over-the-counter for payment by a person who is not a deposit customer of Capital One Bank we may, in our sole discretion, refuse payment of the check or charge a fee for payment of the check.
Power of attorney. Power of attorney is a legal arrangement in which a person (the principal), authorizes another person (the agent/ attorney(s)-in-fact) to act on his or her behalf with respect to certain matters. Such matters may include banking, retirement benefits, real estate, insurance, and other transactions. If you want someone other than an authorized signer on your account to transact business on your account, you must provide us with a form reasonably acceptable to us which identifies the person to whom you grant your power of attorney and each account for which you wish the agent to exercise the power of attorney.
We have no duty or agreement whatsoever to monitor or insure that the acts of the agent are for your benefit. We may continue to honor the transactions of the agent until: (a) we have received written notice or have actual knowledge of the termination of the authority or the death of the principal, and (b) we have had a reasonable opportunity to act on that notice or knowledge. You agree not to hold us responsible for any loss or damage you may incur as a result of our following instructions given by an agent acting under a valid power of attorney.
Death or incompetence. If any person with a right to withdraw funds from your account(s) dies or becomes legally incompetent, we must be promptly notified. We may continue to honor your checks, items and instructions until (a) we know of your death or legal incompetence, and (b) we have had a reasonable opportunity to act on that knowledge. You agree that we may pay checks drawn on or before the date of death or legal incompetence unless ordered to stop payment by someone claiming interest in the account. We may restrict access to your account upon notice of your death or legal incompetence until the appropriate documentation is provided to us by your executor, administrator or other legal representative of your estate or person.
Grant of security interest and right to set-off. To secure payment of any monies that you may owe us or any of our affiliates, for any reason, you grant us a continuing security interest in all funds that you may now and in the future maintain on deposit with us, with the exception of funds held in a trust or fiduciary account, or in an Individual Retirement Account, or in other qualified tax-deferred accounts. You agree that we may apply (set-off) funds that you maintain on deposit with Capital One Bank, or any of its affiliates, against any amount that you may then owe us, or any of our affiliates, under a loan, or Overdraft, or guaranty, or for any other reason at any time and without prior notice to you. This right of set off does not apply if the debt is created under a consumer credit card plan. We may set-off your account at any time whether or not you are then in default in making payment to us, and we may exercise our right of set-off without liability to you even if it results in an interest penalty or dishonor of subsequent checks and other items with respect to your account. You further agree that the foregoing right extends to any federal or state benefit payments (including Social Security benefits) electronically deposited into your account. You understand and agree that if you do not want your benefits to be subject to our right of set-off, you may change your direct deposit instructions by providing notice to the benefits payor at any time. You also agree that any federal benefits or other payments deposited to your account after you are no longer eligible to receive benefits must be returned to the federal government or other payor, and we may set-off against any of your accounts if we are obligated to return funds to the payor. Our right to set-off your account is in addition to any other rights and remedies that we may have under law or under any other contractual agreement.
Collection expenses. You agree to pay and reimburse us for our reasonable costs and expenses in attempting to collect amounts that you owe us arising out of transactions on your account. This includes payment and reimbursement of fees we incur for collecting such amounts, including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees (including our in-house attorneys) and court costs.
Adverse claims. If we receive conflicting instructions with respect to your account, or notice of an adverse claim of ownership, right to control, or access to funds in your account, or notice that the funds in your account may have been obtained through fraudulent or criminal acts, you agree that if any such dispute exists, we may place a hold on the funds in your account and refuse to honor all withdrawal and transfer requests, including checks written on the account, until all appropriate parties provide us with joint specific written instructions with respect to disposition of the funds. We are not required to determine whether a dispute has merit. Additionally, we shall have the right to close the account and deposit the funds held in the account into the registry of a court of proper jurisdiction, wherein the adverse claimants and/or appropriate parties shall be interpleaded and/or joined to the action for purposes of resolving the dispute regarding the funds. If we elect to take any action(s) described herein, you agree that we shall not be liable to you for damages of any kind, and you agree to pay and reimburse us for our reasonable costs and expenses including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees (including our in-house attorneys) and court costs from the funds in the account prior to any distribution. If an adverse claim is made among joint depositors, the rights of the parties shall be determined in accordance with the section herein entitled Special Rules for Multiple Party Deposit Accounts.
Legal process against account. If your account is attached, garnished, or otherwise subject to levy or seizure, in whole or in part, by legal action, we shall not be liable to you for any sums we may be required to pay because of such attachment, garnishment, levy or seizure, even if paying the money from your account leaves insufficient funds to pay a check you have written. We can restrain your account regardless of the location of the account and the location of service. For example, if a New York levy is properly served on us in New York, we may honor the New York levy even if your account was opened in Virginia. You hereby authorize us to comply with legal process, and we are not required to determine whether the court issuing the legal process had jurisdiction over you or over the account or otherwise had the authority to issue the legal process. If we incur any expenses, including without limitation, reasonable attorney fees, in responding to an attachment, garnishment, levy, or seizure that are not otherwise reimbursed, we may charge such expenses to your account without prior notice to you. Any such attachment, garnishment, levy or seizure is subject to our right of offset. If we are served with a notice of proceeding relating to a safe deposit box, and you are not a named defendant in the proceeding, we may deny you access to the box unless otherwise directed by an appropriate court or the judgment creditor.
Unclaimed property. The law establishes procedures under which unclaimed property must be surrendered to the applicable State. The applicable State is usually the State listed in the address on your account statement. Generally, the funds in your account are considered unclaimed if you have not had any activity or communication with us regarding your account over a period of years. If your funds are surrendered to the State, you may be able to reclaim them, but your claim must be presented to the State. Once your funds are surrendered, we no longer have any liability or responsibility with respect to the funds.
Closing an account. We may close any account in our sole discretion at any time, for any or no reason and without notice to you. For example, we may close your account with no notice of action if the account has a zero balance. If we close your account with a balance, we will notify you of our action and either transfer the funds to another internal account owned by you or an external account through an approved link or send you a check for the collected balance in your account, less any amounts due to us for pending transactions. Capital One Bank is not liable for any damages or liabilities resulting from the termination of an account relationship. Subject to any rights we may have with respect to advance notice of withdrawal from your account, you may close your account at any time and for any reason. If we receive a debit or credit to your closed account, the account may be reopened to accept the debit or credit for you, even if doing so overdraws your account, and funds deposited therein will be subject to any and all rights we may have with respect to offset. If your account is overdrawn when we close it, you agree to promptly pay all amounts owed to us.
Minor accounts. We may pay funds on deposit in an account in the name of a minor to the minor. Once the minor attains the age of majority he or she will be considered to be the owner of the account, capable of making any and all transactions on the account.
Business accounts. If the account owner is not a natural person, such as a corporation, unincorporated association, limited liability company, partnership or any other entity holding an account in any capacity other than an individual capacity, and as may be required by Capital One Bank for the specific deposit account, each person who signs the signature card hereby certifies that they are fully authorized to execute all documents in their stated capacity. Additionally, and where applicable as set forth above, the individual who signs the signature card as Secretary hereby certifies that (1) she/he is the duly qualified Secretary or other authorized officer of the business entity identified on the signature card as the account holder; (2) such business entity is organized and existing under state or federal law; (3) all actions by shareholders, directors and all others necessary to execute this signature card and establish an account with Capital One Bank have been taken; and, (4) until further actual notice to Capital One Bank, each signer is authorized to transact on the account until Capital One Bank receives actual written notice in a form acceptable to us, executed by the number of Signers required to execute withdrawals on the account, and/or executed by others as required by us, that such Signer is no longer so authorized. To the extent a signature card is required for the specific deposit account, in the event any one or more of the signatures affixed to the front of this signature card, or otherwise provided to Capital One Bank as an authorized signature for the operation of this account, are facsimiles or made or reproduced by any mechanical means, Capital One Bank is authorized to rely upon and treat the same, in good faith, as a true and valid signature, and the account holder hereby holds Capital One Bank harmless and indemnifies it from and against any loss, damage or liability it may suffer or incur as a result of its said reliance.
Multiple-signer business accounts. We are not required to comply with any multiple-signature requirement, even if your signature card specifies that multiple signatures are required or you have otherwise instructed us to do so. A multiple-signature requirement is for your internal control purposes.
Online account consolidation disclosure. If you have more than one eligible Capital One account, we will link your eligible accounts so they appear when you are logged into your account through the website or mobile app. We will display only summary information about your connected accounts. To get any other information or conduct any activity on these account types, you must access the specific account servicing area for that account. All connected bank accounts will be visible when you log into your account through the website or mobile app. Keep in mind that certain features, information, types of transactions, or other services may not be available for all of your connected accounts. As long as you maintain your unique log in credentials, you will have access to view all of your individual accounts and shared accounts. People with whom you share accounts will only be able to view accounts that are shared with you, not your individual accounts.
Payment processing restrictions on internet gambling fund transfers. The Federal Reserve recently enacted regulations that require U.S. financial firms that participate in designated payment systems to establish and implement policies and procedures reasonably designed to prevent payments connected to unlawful Internet gambling. In light of the regulations, please be informed that restricted transactions (as defined in Federal Reserve Regulation GG / 12 CFR Part 233) are prohibited from being processed directly or indirectly through any account or relationship maintained with us. Restricted transactions generally include, but are not limited to, those in which credit, electronic fund transfers, checks or drafts are knowingly accepted by gambling businesses in connection with unlawful Internet gambling.
Joint account – If two or more individuals are designated as owners of the accounts (without a fiduciary, beneficiary or other designation), then the account is a joint account and, unless your signature card states otherwise, all owners are considered to be joint tenants with right of survivorship. If there is more than one joint owner, the rights of survivorship will continue between the surviving joint owners. One joint owner is not authorized to remove another joint owner from the title of the joint account, but may withdraw all of the funds in the account or close the account.
Trust — An account established pursuant to a written trust agreement. Any funds placed in or added to this type of account are conclusively presumed to be a delivery at that time to the trust estate. Only the trustee is authorized to perform transactions on the trust account. If the original trustee dies or is replaced as trustee, we reserve the right to require documentation reasonably acceptable to us to which identifies the successor trustee. We have no duty whatsoever for enforcing the terms of the trust agreement and can rely on the statements and representations made to us by the trustee. The owners and beneficiaries of the trust agree that we shall not be held liable if the trustee breaches their fiduciary duty or fails to comply with the terms of the trust agreement.
Uniform Transfers to Minors — This type of account is established pursuant to the Uniform Transfers/Gifts to Minors Act in effect in the state where the account is opened and maintained, as may be amended from time to time. Only the Custodian is authorized to act on the account. As the Custodian you agree to comply with all applicable laws. When the minor reaches the age of majority, in accordance with applicable state law, the Custodian shall transfer any funds in the account to the minor. In the event we receive actual notice of the death, resignation or legal incapacity of the Custodian, we are directed to deliver this account to the Successor Custodian (as provided by law) who shall, in such event, have all of the rights and duties of the Custodian.
“Payable on Death” (POD) – You may designate an individual or joint account to be payable upon your death to a designated beneficiary or beneficiaries. POD accounts are also known as “In Trust For” (ITF)”, “As Trustee For” (ATF), “Transfer on Death” (TOD) or “Totten Trust” account and are governed by applicable state laws and regulations. You are solely responsible for meeting the requirements for establishing your account as a POD, including any titling requirements.
During your life, the funds in the account belong to you and, until your death, or if there are co-owners, upon the death of the last co-owner, the beneficiary(ies) have no interest in the account and cannot perform transactions on the account. You may withdraw all or part of the account balance, close the account, remove or add POD beneficiaries or change the account type or ownership. Upon the death of all owners, we will distribute the then remaining funds to such of the beneficiaries as shall be then-living, in equal shares, subject to our right to charge the account for any amount a deceased owner, co-owner or POD beneficiary owes us; if any beneficiary is under the age of 18 years at the time he would be entitled to receive property under the terms of the previous provision, we will pay such person’s share to any person who is the statutory or court-appointed custodian for the benefit of such person.
If your account was opened or assigned to a branch in New Jersey, the provisions of the Multiple Party Account Act, N.J.S.A. 17:16i-1 et seq. apply.
Limitations on assignment and transfer of ownership. You may not assign or transfer ownership of your deposit accounts with us without obtaining our prior written approval. In addition, you may not grant a security interest in funds held in your deposit accounts in favor of any other creditor without obtaining our prior written approval, which we have the right to withhold for any or no reason. If any ownership interest in an account is proposed to be transferred or if there is any change in account title, we may require that the account be closed and a new account be opened.
General deposit availability:
Our general policy is to make funds from your deposits available to you on the first business day after the day we receive your deposits. Wire Transfers, and electronic deposits (such as ACH credit transfer direct deposits) will be available on the day we receive the deposit. Once funds are available, you may withdraw the funds in cash, and we will use the funds to pay checks that you have written. For the purpose of determining the availability of your deposits, every day is a business day except Saturdays, Sundays, and federal holidays. Banking office cutoff times may vary, but in no event shall a cutoff time be earlier than 2:00 p.m. local time. If you make a deposit in a branch before 2:00 p.m. local time, or such later time posted at the branch of deposit on a business day that we are open, we will consider that day to be the day of your deposit. If you make a deposit at one of our automated teller machines (“ATM”) before 9:00 p.m. ET, we will consider the deposit to be made that day. However, if you make a deposit after these stated times, or on a day we are not open, we will consider the deposit to be made on the next business day that we are open. Deposits made through our night drop after 7:00 a.m. may be processed on the next business day.
Please remember that even after we have made deposited funds available to you, and you have withdrawn the funds, you are still responsible for checks you deposit that are returned to us unpaid and for any other problems involving your deposit. If you have any questions, contact a banking officer.
Funds from the following deposits are available on the first business day after the day of your deposit: U.S. Treasury Checks, USPS Money Orders, Federal Reserve Bank & Federal Home Loan Bank checks; and when deposited with a special deposit slip, State or Local government checks, Cashier’s, Certified, Teller’s and Travelers checks.
In some cases, we will not make all of the funds you deposit by check available to you on the first business day after the day of your deposit. Funds may not be available until the second business day after the day of your deposit. The first $225 of your deposits, however, may be available on the first business day after the day of your deposit. If we are not going to make all of the funds from your deposit available on the first business day, we will notify you at the time you make your deposit. We will also tell you when the funds will be available. If your deposit is not made directly to one of our employees, or if we decide to take this action after you have left the premises, we will mail you the notice by the day after we receive your deposit.
If you will need the funds from a deposit right away, you should ask us when the funds will be available.
In addition, funds you deposit by check may be delayed for a longer period under the following circumstances:
We will notify you if we delay your ability to withdraw funds for any of these reasons, and we will tell you when the funds will be available. The funds will generally be available no later than the seventh business day after the day of your deposit.
If you are a new customer, the following special rules will apply during the first thirty (30) days your account is open:
Based on your overall relationship with us, we may make a portion of your check deposits available to you on an expedited basis. We will periodically reevaluate the usage and handling of your account based on your customer history with Capital One Bank. This review could result in reducing the availability schedule currently applied to your check deposits. In the event of such a reduction, your funds will be made available to you as described in the preceding sections of this disclosure.
As described above, deposits made after the branch and/or ATM cut-off time will be considered next day deposits. In some instances, however, you may be able to access these deposits on the calendar day the deposit was made. In these instances, the funds will be accessible to you for withdrawal (at a branch or ATM), but will not be available to pay incoming ACH transactions or checks you have written.
If we cash a check for you that is drawn on another bank, we may withhold the availability of a corresponding amount of funds that are already in your account. (These funds will be available at the time that funds from the check we cashed would have been available if you had deposited the check.)
If we accept for deposit a check that is drawn on another bank, we may make funds from the deposit available for withdrawal immediately but delay your availability to withdraw a corresponding amount of funds that you have on deposit in another account with us. The funds in the other account would then not be available for withdrawal until the time periods that are described elsewhere in this disclosure. Please ask a Relationship Banker if you are unsure about when funds from a deposit will be available.
Federal rules for Check 21 allow banks to replace original checks with “substitute checks”. Below are the details and your rights:
What is a substitute check?
To make check processing faster, federal law permits banks to replace original checks with “substitute checks.” These checks are similar in size to original checks with a slightly reduced image of the front and back of the original check. The front of a substitute check states: “This is a legal copy of your check. You can use it the same way you would use the original check.” You may use a substitute check as proof of payment just like the original check.
Some or all of the checks that you receive back from us may be substitute checks. This notice describes rights you have when you receive substitute checks from us. The rights in this notice do not apply to original checks or to electronic debits to your account. However, you have rights under other law with respect to those transactions.
What are my rights regarding substitute checks?
In certain cases, federal law provides a special procedure that allows you to request a refund for losses you suffer if a substitute check is posted to your account (for example, if you think that we withdrew the wrong amount from your account or that we withdrew money from your account more than once for the same check). The losses you may attempt to recover under this procedure may include the amount that was withdrawn from your account and fees that were charged as a result of the withdrawal (for example, bounced check fees).
The amount of your refund under this procedure is limited to the amount of your loss or the amount of the substitute check, whichever is less. You also are entitled to interest on the amount of your refund if your account is an interest-bearing account. If your loss exceeds the amount of the substitute check, you may be able to recover additional amounts under other law. If you use this procedure, you may receive up to $2,500 of your refund (plus interest if your account earns interest) within 10 business days after we received your claim and the remainder of your refund (plus interest if your account earns interest) not later than 45 calendar days after we received your claim.
We may reverse the refund (including any interest on the refund) if we later are able to demonstrate that the substitute check was correctly posted to your account.
How do I make a claim for a refund?
If you believe that you have suffered a loss relating to a substitute check that you received and that was posted to your account, please contact your local branch or call us at 1-800-262-5689. You must contact us within 40 calendar days of the date that we mailed (or otherwise delivered by a means to which you agreed) the substitute check in question or the account statement showing that the substitute check was posted to your account, whichever is later. We will extend this time period if you were not able to make a timely claim because of extraordinary circumstances.
Your claim must include:
Substitute checks should only be generated by banks during the check collection process. If you deposit a substitute check that was not generated or previously handled by Capital One Bank, you agree to provide the substitute check warranties as required by Check 21, and represent that the substitute check:
A breach of any Check 21 warranty may result in the substitute check being charged back against your account.
Telephone solicitation. If you provide our routing number and your account number to a telephone solicitor pursuant to your acceptance of an offer of goods or services made by the solicitor, you agree that any and all subsequent transactions made to your account by the entity which the solicitor represents are considered authorized transactions. We shall not be liable for any transactions you later allege are unauthorized unless you have placed a stop payment order, and we have had a reasonable time to act upon your stop payment request.
Communications. You agree that we may communicate with you by mail, telephone, email, fax, prerecorded message, automated voice, text message or other means allowed by law regarding your Account. You agree that we may contact you at any telephone number (including a mobile telephone number that you provide us), and use an automated telephone dialing system or similar device to do so. You agree that we may monitor or record any conversation or other communication with you.
Correspondents. Capital One Bank may forward items to correspondent banks and will not be liable for the wrongful conduct of the correspondent bank. Each correspondent will be liable only for its own negligence. We will not be liable for the loss of items in transit.
Address changes for deposit accounts governed by this document1. You are responsible for notifying us of any change in your address. Your Privacy and Security is important to us so having the most current address on file is required. Unless we agree otherwise, changes of address must be made online, over the phone, or in a branch by at least one of the account holders. Informing us of your address on a check reorder form is not sufficient. We will attempt to communicate with you only by use of the most recent address you have provided to us. In the event mail we attempt to deliver to you is returned as a result of your failure to notify us of your change in address, we may charge a fee to your account in accordance with our Schedule of Fees and Charges.
We may change your postal address of record if we receive an address change notice from the U.S. Postal Service or if we receive information from a third party vendor in the business of providing correct addresses, that our records no longer correspond to your address.
1 For example, if you have a line of credit with us or a 360 checking account, please follow the account agreement given to you.
Cash transaction reporting. The law requires all financial institutions to gather and report information on certain types of cash transactions. If the information required to complete the report is not provided, we are required to refuse to process the transaction.
Obtaining credit reports. We may request a consumer (credit) report in connection with your account(s). Upon your request, you will be informed whether or not a consumer (credit) report was requested, and if such report was requested, informed of the name and address of the consumer (credit) reporting agency that furnished the report. We may also request subsequent consumer (credit) reports for all legitimate purposes in connection with updating, renewing, reviewing, modifying, and/or taking collection action on your account(s).
Reporting information to credit bureaus and check verification systems. We may report information about your account to credit bureaus and/or check verification systems. Defaults on your account may be reflected in your credit report. This could affect your ability to open accounts in the future.
In the event we report your account to a check verification system, you acknowledge that even if you pay us all amounts owed, we are not required to remove an accurate report of account mishandling from any such check verification system.
Business day. Any day, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and federal holidays.
Reproduction of bank records. If you request us to research and/or reproduce any of your records (statements, checks, deposits, withdrawals, etc.) we may charge a fee, and you agree to pay this fee. If the expected fee is large, you may be asked to pay the fee in advance. We reserve the right to provide any account holder with an imaged item in lieu of the original item.
Governing law/waiver of jury trial. Applicable federal law will decide any questions under these Rules, or if no federal law exists, applicable state law (the state where your account was established). Any action you commence against us, arising out of or concerning these Rules, shall be heard by a judge sitting without a jury. In any such action, Capital One Bank shall be entitled to its reasonable attorney’s fees (including in-house attorney’s fees) and court costs if it is the prevailing party.
Notices. We shall deem any and all notices to us effective upon receipt by us. Any notice that we give to you will be effective when mailed or electronically transmitted to you at the mailing/email address reflected in our records. Even though we may have provided you account opening disclosures in a language other than English, we may continue to provide you with notices/communications in English. Notice to any one owner of an account constitutes notice to all owners of that account.
Severability. If any provision of these Rules is deemed to be invalid or unenforceable, such invalidity or unenforceability will not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions of these Rules or of any agreements, disclosures or other documents incorporated by reference herein.
Liability. You agree that we shall be not be liable for acting upon your instructions or failing to act upon your instructions when we reasonably believe that doing so would expose us to civil or criminal liability or conflict with industry standard banking practices. You agree further, that except as otherwise provided by applicable law, in no event shall we be liable for indirect, special or consequential damages or for attorney’s fees incurred by you, regardless of the form of the action, even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages.
Waiver of rights. We reserve the right to waive any one or more of our rights hereunder in our sole discretion, however, any such waiver shall only apply to that specific instance. Any such waiver of rights can also be terminated at any time, in our sole discretion.
Caption headings. The caption headings in these Rules are for convenience purposes only and are not to be construed as a summary of each provision of these Rules.
Electronic Funds Transfers. Special provisions relating to electronic funds transfers are set forth in our EFT Disclosure which is available at any of our banking offices.
Wire and ACH transfers. Special provisions relating to wire transfers are set forth in our Wire Transfer Agreement and Disclosure, provided to you at account opening and available at any of our banking offices. For Treasury Management clients, ACH and Wire transfer terms are set forth in the applicable Treasury Management agreements. This provision supplements those agreements. You agree that we are not required to provide you with a separate notice of incoming or outgoing wire/ACH transfers. We notify you by listing the wire/ACH transfer on your account statement. We can deduct our fees for handling wire/ACH transfers from the amount of the transfer. You can verify whether a wire/ACH transfer has been processed to your account by calling us at 1-800-655-2265.
For international wire transfers involving non-U.S. currencies, exchange rates can vary and we do not guarantee any rate. The exchange rates we use for your transactions will typically be the customary retail exchange rates in effect at the time of the transaction. This rate is not necessarily the bank-to-bank negotiated exchange rate or other potentially more favorable rate. FDIC deposit insurance does not insure against any loss due to foreign currency fluctuations. Consult your attorney or investment advisor regarding the potential risks associated with foreign exchange transactions.
Amendments and fee changes. We reserve the right to change our fees, these Rules and any or all of the agreements, disclosures, and other documents incorporated by reference at any time. If we change these Rules, the then-current version of these Rules supersedes all prior versions and contains the terms governing your account. We will provide prior notice of changes to you as required by applicable law. You agree that continued use of your account(s) will constitute your agreement to any and all new fees, Rules, agreements, disclosures and other documents incorporated by reference. If you choose to close your account and do so prior to the effective date of any amendment, you will not be bound by such amendment.
Copy received. You acknowledge receipt of a copy of these terms and conditions and agree to be bound by them.
Effective February 9, 2022
Welcome to Capital One, N.A. (hereinafter referred to as “Capital One Bank,” “us,” “our,” or “we”). In this Agreement, “you,” “your,” and “yours” mean the authorized person or persons who conduct electronic fund transfers, including but not limited to persons to whom a Capital One Bank ATM or Debit Card is issued. Capital One Bank provides various electronic banking services to you. These services include, but are not limited to:
This Electronic Fund Transfer Agreement and Disclosure (“Agreement”) contains disclosures required by Regulation E that apply to consumer accounts in addition to disclosures that apply to commercial accounts as they relate to electronic banking services, and it contains our terms and conditions with respect to these services. A consumer account is an account held by an individual and used primarily for personal, family, or household purposes.
You have selected or have been provided with a special PIN, a code you must enter into the ATM or that you may be required to enter into the POS terminal whenever you use your ATM/Debit Card. For your own protection, please memorize the PIN, and do not keep any notation of the PIN on the ATM/Debit Card or in the same wallet or purse as the ATM/Debit Card, and do not disclose the PIN to anyone who is not authorized to use your ATM/Debit Card.
Important information concerning international use of your ATM or Debit Card: Capital One Bank employs fraud monitoring and protection capabilities to help protect you from ATM/Debit Card fraud. These protection systems are designed to block transactions that occur outside of our customers’ ordinary transaction patterns and may block transactions originating in countries that are experiencing a high incidence of card fraud.
You may use your ATM/Debit Card and PIN to access the following types of designated accounts:
* At certain ATMs, when accessing your Money Market accounts you may need to select the ‘checking’ option rather than the ‘savings’ option.
Purchases may also be made using your ATM/Debit Card at merchant locations that are members of the POS networks in which we participate. You may also use your Debit Card or Business Debit Card to make purchases at locations that accept Debit MasterCard™ Cards. (Note: Your Debit Card or your Business Debit Card is not a MasterCard credit card, and this Agreement does not replace or affect any MasterCard account agreement that you may have with us or any other financial institution.)
Please note that some of the below services may not be available at all ATMs.
You may also transfer funds between your Capital One Bank accounts via the telephone, online banking, or by establishing an automatic transfer schedule.
You may also use your ATM/Debit Card without your PIN to make purchases at merchant locations accepting Debit MasterCard Cards. The merchant may request a preauthorization for the transaction. If we authorize the transaction, the funds will be debited from your primary checking account immediately, or a hold may be placed on your account for up to several days after the purchase transaction has occurred, depending upon the promptness with which the merchant processes your transaction.
Some purchases may result in a longer hold. Sometimes the preauthorization requests may be in amounts different from the total amount of the transaction. For example, a gas station typically requests authorization in the amount of $1.00. Also, restaurants typically request authorization for 20% more than the price of the meal. If the preauthorization request varies from the amount of the actual transaction, payment of the transaction may not remove the preauthorization hold immediately. Generally, the preauthorization hold may remain on your account for up to three (3) business days after the date of the transaction and may affect the availability of funds from your designated account for other transactions. We will not be responsible for damages for wrongful dishonor of an item resulting from a preauthorization hold. You agree not to withdraw, write checks, or make point-of-sale purchases against funds that are needed to pay ATM/Debit Card transactions that have not yet posted against your account.
You may also authorize a merchant or other payee to make a one-time electronic payment from your checking account using information from your check to: (i) pay for purchases, or (ii) pay bills.
When you provide a check as payment, you authorize us to use information from your check to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account. In certain circumstances, such as for technical or processing reasons, we may process your payment as a check transaction. When we use information from your check to make an electronic fund transfer, funds may be withdrawn from your account on the same day you make your payment.
You should only provide your financial institution and account information (whether over the phone, the Internet, or via some other method) to trusted third parties whom you have authorized to initiate electronic fund transfers.
Other ATM owners and operators may impose lower dollar limitations on the amount of cash withdrawals made at their ATMs.
The below limits apply to High Yield Checking and High Interest Checking accounts:
The below limits apply to all other products (excluding High Yield Checking and High Interest Checking):
Small Business accounts have different limits that change based on multiple factors.
We may also suspend your ATM/Debit Card if we consider your designated account to be inactive or dormant.
You agree that we will not be liable for any damages resulting from a refusal for any reason to authorize a transaction that you have attempted. You further agree that we will not be responsible or liable for a merchant's refusal to accept your ATM/Debit Card.
For international transactions, MasterCard's currency conversion procedure includes use of either a government mandated exchange rate, or a wholesale exchange rate selected by MasterCard for the processing cycle in which the transaction is processed. The currency conversion rate used by MasterCard on the processing date may differ from the rate that would have been used on the purchase date or cardholder statement posting date.
Withdrawals from an ATM outside of the United States, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands may incur an international transaction fee, as disclosed in our then current Schedule of Fees and Charges.
Write to us at:
Capital One, N.A.
7933 Preston Rd.
Plano, TX 75024
Attn: Customer Service Center
Log into your account at capitalone.com and click on the transaction.
Contact us as soon as you can if you think your statement or receipt is wrong or if you need more information about a transfer listed on the statement or receipt.
The following section applies only to consumer accounts: We must hear from you no later than sixty (60) days after we sent you the FIRST statement on which the problem or error appeared.
If you tell us verbally, we may require that you send us your complaint or question in writing within ten (10) business days.
We will determine whether an error occurred within ten (10) business days after we hear from you and will correct any error promptly. If we need more time, however, we may take up to forty-five (45) days (ninety (90) days for those transactions at merchant POS terminals, processed on a new account, or initiated outside the United States) to investigate your complaint or question. If we decide to do this, we will credit your account within ten (10) business days for the amount you think is in error so that you will have full use of the money during the time it takes us to complete our investigation. If we ask you to put your complaint or question in writing and we do not receive it within ten (10) business days, we may not credit your account.
For errors involving new accounts (an account where the first deposit to the account occurs less than 30 days before the error), we may take up to twenty (20) business days to credit your account for the amount you think is in error.
We will tell you the results within three (3) business days after completing our investigation. If we decide that there was no error, we will send you a written explanation. You may ask for copies of the documents that we used in our investigation.
The following section applies only to commercial accounts: If you are a business or other entity that is not a natural person, the above referenced procedures do not apply to any accounts held by you. If you believe that an unauthorized transaction has occurred, we must hear from you within twenty four (24) hours of the time the transaction posts to your account. We will require you to submit an affidavit of unauthorized activity in connection with any such transaction immediately thereafter.
Call us at: 1-800-655-2265
Write us at:
Capital One, N.A.
7933 Preston Rd.
Plano, TX 75024
Attn: Customer Service Center
We must receive your request at least three (3) business days before the payment is scheduled to be made. If you call us, we may also require you to put your request in writing to the above address and to get it to us within fourteen (14) days after you call. If you do not, then your verbal request will expire after fourteen (14) days. We will charge you a fee as disclosed in our then current Schedule of Fees and Charges for each stop payment order you give.
Merchants may allow returns or refunds on purchases; however, except as provided above for recurring payments, you cannot stop a one-time payment on any ATM/Debit Card transactions. For this reason, you should inquire about the merchant’s return or refund policy before entering into a purchase transaction. Merchandise purchased using your ATM/Debit Card that is subsequently returned will be reflected as a credit on your designated account statement, provided you elect to have the return credited to your designated account. Please refer to Section 9 for information on error resolution.
Call us at: 1-800-655-2265
Write us at:
Capital One, N.A.
7933 Preston Rd.
Plano, TX 75024
Attn: Customer Service Center
If you have questions regarding zero liability coverage or you suspect unauthorized use of your debit card, contact us IMMEDIATELY.
Effective September 17, 2020
In this Wire Funds Transfer Disclosure Statement and Agreement (this “Agreement”), the words “you” and “your” mean a Capital One Bank account owner, and the words “us,” “we,” and “our” mean Capital One Bank. Capital One Bank is used as a trade name for Capital One, N.A. This Agreement defines your responsibilities and our responsibilities with respect to transfers of funds from your account(s) with us by wire transfer for credit to an account at another financial institution or another account with us (“Funds Transfers”), whether such transfers are domestic or international, made pursuant to: (a) written instructions, signed by you or your authorized representative (“Authorized Representative”), which we receive (i) in person from you or from someone present on your behalf, (ii) via facsimile transmission, (iii) via email, or (b) instructions we receive via our telephone wire request channel [(a) and (b) are collectively referred to herein as the “Funds Transfer Service”; (b) referred to herein as “Remote Channel”]. You understand that, except as specifically modified by this Agreement, your account(s) will continue to be governed by the terms and conditions contained in other agreements and/or disclosures that you have been provided with in connection with your account(s), which are incorporated herein by reference. Unless otherwise defined herein, the terms used in this Agreement shall have the same meaning as set forth in Article 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code and, to the extent applicable, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA) and its implementing regulations.
Some elements of the procedures will vary depending upon the method used to initiate a Funds Transfer. You hereby agree that your utilization of any security procedure established hereunder shall constitute your agreement to its use and affirmative acknowledgment of its commercial reasonableness. You further agree that any Funds Transfer Request that is acted upon in good faith by us in compliance with these security procedures, whether or not in fact authorized by you, shall constitute an authorized Funds Transfer.
The following security procedures shall apply to this Agreement: Before accepting any such Funds Transfer Requests, we will: (1) perform verification on the individuals initiating the Funds Transfer Request that is designed to ensure they are the individuals previously authorized to initiate a Funds Transfer for the account in question; (2) apply fraud-related screens to the wire instructions; (3) contact you using information from your account records to verify the Funds Transfer for wires that are not initiated in person (this contact may be through a method different than the one you used to request the Funds Transfer (e.g., phone versus e-mail) or it may be through the same channel to obtain a password or other information that only you should have); and (4) request and receive any other proof of identification or any other documentation from you or your Authorized Representative which we may, in our sole discretion, require under the circumstances.
Selection of currency: Unless you state otherwise on the Funds Transfer Request form, Funds Transfers sent to foreign countries may be converted to the currency of the destination country at our rate of currency exchange for remittance transfers. Even if you tell us that you want the Funds Transfer sent in U.S. dollars, we cannot guarantee that the beneficiary/designated recipient will receive the funds in U.S. currency. The actual amount that the beneficiary/designated recipient receives may be reduced by fees and taxes imposed by the beneficiary bank, or a correspondent bank, including currency conversion charges.
Refund: Refunds of U.S. dollar consumer international Funds Transfer Requests shall be in U.S. dollars in the total amount of funds provided by you at the time of the Funds Transfer; refunds of commercial U.S. dollar international Funds Transfer Requests shall be in U.S. dollars in the amount of U.S. dollar payment that we receive from the bank returning the funds to us at such bank's rate of currency exchange, less any fees therefore. Refunds of foreign currency consumer international Funds Transfer Requests shall be in the total amount of foreign currency funds provided by you at the time of the Funds Transfer; refunds of commercial foreign currency international Funds Transfer Requests shall be in the amount of U.S. dollars that can be bought by us for the applicable non-U.S. dollar currency amount at our then current rate of currency exchange. You shall bear all risk of loss due to fluctuation in the currency exchange rate.
Conversion rate: For international Funds Transfers involving non-U.S. currencies, the exchange rates we use for your transactions are not necessarily the bank-to-bank negotiated exchange rate or other potentially more favorable rate. FDIC deposit insurance does not insure against any loss due to foreign currency fluctuations. Consult your attorney or investment advisor regarding the potential risks associated with foreign exchange transactions.
Interest compensation: In the event we are liable to you for interest compensation under this Agreement, or applicable law, interest shall be calculated at the average of the federal funds rate published by the Federal Reserve Bank for the period involved; or at such other rate that we may agree to, in writing, from time to time.
Consumer International Wire Fund Transfer error resolution: In case of errors contact us at 866-536-9023, or write us at:
Capital One Bank
Claims Processing Center
PO Box 85039
Richmond, VA 23285-5039
You must contact us within 180 days of the funds availability date on your Funds Transfer receipt, or within 60 days of the date we provided you with any requested documentation, additional information or clarification concerning a Funds Transfer.
When you do, please tell us:
(1) Your name and address [or telephone number];
(2) The error or problem with the transfer, why you believe it is an error or problem and, if possible, the date of the error;
(3) The name of the designated recipient of the funds and, if possible, the designated recipient’s telephone number and address;
(4) The dollar amount of the transfer; and
(5) The confirmation code or number of the transaction.
We will determine whether an error occurred within 90 days after you contact us and report the results to you within three (3) business days of completing our investigation. If we determine an error occurred, we will notify you of the available remedies and will correct the error promptly and in accordance with the remedy you select.
If we determine no error occurred, we will send you a written explanation. You may ask for copies of the documents on which we relied for our determination.