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26-2150.  Customer-credit union communication terminal. A credit union may make available for use by its customers one (1) or more electronic devices or machines through which the customer may communicate to the credit union a request to withdraw money either from his account or from a previously authorized line of credit, or an instruction to receive or transfer funds for the customer’s benefit. The device may receive or dispense cash in accordance with such a request or instruction, subject to verification on line or off line by the credit union. Any transactions initiated through such a device shall be subject to verification by the credit union either by direct wire transmission or otherwise. Such facilities may be unmanned or manned.
A person may perform as would a device so long as the person does not perform any functions not specifically authorized by this section.
These devices shall be designated as a customer-credit union communication terminal (CCUCT). A CCUCT at locations other than the main office or a branch office of the credit union does not constitute a branch. A credit union shall provide insurance protection under its bonding program for transactions involving such devices.
(a)  The establishment and use of CCUCT is subject to the following limitations:
(1)  Written notice must be given to the director’s office no less than thirty (30) days before any CCUCT is put into operation. Any credit union presently utilizing a CCUCT shall comply with the notice requirements within thirty (30) days. Such notice shall describe with regard to the communication system:
1.  the location;
2.  a general description of the area where located and the manner of installation;
3.  the manner of operation;
4.  the kinds of functions which will be performed;
5.  whether the CCUCT will be shared, and, if so, under what terms and with what other institutions and their location;
6.  the manufacturer and, if owned, the purchase price or, if leased, a copy of the lease;
7.  the distance from the nearest credit union office and from the nearest similar CCUCT of the reporting credit union; and
8.  the distance from the nearest office and nearest CCUCT of another credit union, which will share the facility, and the name of such other credit union or credit unions.
(2)  The functions of the CCUCT shall be limited to:
1.  the receiving of deposits;
2.  the cashing of checks or drafts;
3.  the dispensing of cash;
4.  payment of loan proceeds on a prearranged line of credit;
5.  the communication of other such information directly related to the customer’s account; and
6.  receiving loan payments.
(3)  Arrangements may be made at the CCUCT for the placing or installation of a receptacle in which a customer may place packaged communication intended for the credit union.
(4)  The CCUCT shall be a communication service available only to customers of the credit union or other financial institutions which the board of directors of the credit union may approve.
(5)  The CCUCT shall not be advertised as a full service branch or as performing anything other than activities set out in subsection (a)(2) of this section.
(b)  To the extent consistent with the anti-trust laws, credit unions are required to share unmanned CUCCTs [CCUCTs] at a reasonable fee with one (1) or more other financial institutions if requested by the other financial institution.
(c)  The director may issue a cease and desist order upon a finding that a credit union utilizing a CCUCT is doing so in a manner not specifically authorized by this section.
(d)  This section shall be deemed to apply to federal credit unions operating customer-credit union communication terminals and for the purpose of this section a financial institution shall mean any state or federally chartered commercial bank, savings and loan association or credit union authorized by the department of finance or a comparable federal agency to do business in the state of Idaho.

[26-2150, added 1977, ch. 213, sec. 2, p. 609.]

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