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The Demand Deposit Marketplace® Program with the IDEA AllocationSM Feature
Terms and Conditions
The Demand Deposit Marketplace® with IDEA AllocationSM Feature Program (“Program") is offered by Pinal County Federal Credit Union ("Your Credit Union") as an option to place an amount of your cash balances to insured accounts at Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) member banks and/or NationalCredit Union Administration (“NCUA”) member credit unions (collectively referred to as “Receiving Institutions”). Your funds will be deposited into money market deposit accounts (“MMDAs”), demand deposit accounts, share accounts, and/or share draft accounts (collectively referred to as “Deposit Accounts”) at Receiving Institutions, subject to the limitations described herein. Your funds that are deposited through the Program into the Receiving Institutions are hereinafter referred to as “Program Deposits.” By selecting the Program, you appoint Your Credit Union as your authorized agent pursuant to the Terms and Conditions set forth herein. Stable Custody Group II LLC (“Stable”) operates the Program as an administrator and acts as Your Credit Union’s agent. There is no minimum amount required as an initial or subsequent deposit.
By participating in this Program, you can increase the FDIC and/or NCUA (collectively referred to as “Deposit Insurance“) protection on your deposit while continuing to process all your transactions with Your Credit Union. From time to time, Your Credit Union will notify you of the maximum amount of Deposit Insurance available on your Program Deposits. Subject to certain exceptions, the maximum amount of Deposit Insurance coverage available under the Program is $250,000 for each category of legal ownership as more fully explained in Section E below.
YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED AND CAREFULLY READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN CONNECTION WITH CHOOSING TO ENROLL IN THE PROGRAM. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL YOUR CREDIT UNION.
BY APPOINTING YOUR CREDIT UNION TO SERVE AS YOUR AGENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM, THESE TERMS & CONDITIONS BECOME A BINDING CONTRACT BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR CREDIT UNION.
II. Summary of Terms and Conditions
This section of the Terms and Conditions is a summary of certain features of the Program. It is prepared for your convenience, and must be read in conjunction with the more detailed disclosure below.
Summary of the Program: Stable operates the Program, and Your Credit Union acts as your agent. If you choose to participate, Your Credit Union will place an amount of your cash balances to the Receiving Institutions through Your Credit Union. Your Program Deposits are deposited into Deposit Accounts at multiple Receiving Institutions in a manner designed to remain within the Deposit Insurance limit at each Receiving Institution, which increases the amount of Deposit Insurance protection available to you. Deposit Insurance coverage is available up to its standard maximum deposit insurance amount, which is $250,000, per legal category of account ownership at each Receiving Institution (“SMDIA”). You will receive interest
and/or dividends on your Program Deposits at the rate established by Your Credit Union.
The IDEA Feature, or Insured Deposit Equal AllocationSM Feature, allows Your Credit Union the ability to provide its Members, including you, with access to the Program without normally having to disclose any of your personally identifiable information to Stable. Such information would be provided to Stable only in connection with the filing of a claim with the FDIC or NCUA. As a result, Stable maintains on its records only an omnibus record titled “Your Credit Union for the exclusive benefit of its customers, acting for themselves and/or acting on a fiduciary capacity for others”. Your Credit Union maintains your underlying records. The omnibus balance is allocated among at least 10 Receiving Institution(s) to obtain the maximum, designated FDIC insurance coverage of $2,500,000. Each Member’s account balance, including yours, will be allocated to each selected Receiving Institution in the same proportion that the total omnibus balance is allocated to each Receiving Institution.
Access to Funds: You will access Program Deposits through your accounts at Your Credit Union.
Determination of Rates: The rate that you earn on your Program Deposits is set by Your Credit Union. Contact Your Credit Union with any questions about your rate. See Section III.J, Rate.
Fees: Stable earns fees based on the amount of money in the Program, including your Program Deposits, paid by the Receiving Institutions. You do not pay any fees for this program. Your Credit Union may also earn fees for its services with respect to the Program. See Section III.K, Fees.
Risks of the Program: Until your funds are placed by Your Credit Union into the Program, they will not be covered by Deposit Insurance. If you cannot accept the risk associated with uninsured deposits in these or other circumstances, it will be your responsibility to make arrangements with Your Credit Union to have such funds deposited into the Program on a “same-day” basis, collateralized, protected by a properly executed repurchase sweep agreement, or otherwise adequately protected, in a manner consistent with applicable law.
You may have funds in the Custodian Bank (defined hereinafter) that exceed its current SMDIA. These excess funds are not covered by Deposit Insurance.
If you have funds at a Receiving Institution outside the Program, this may negatively impact the availability of Deposit Insurance at such Receiving Institution. If your deposits in a Receiving Institution exceed the then current SMDIA of such entity, the excess funds are not covered by Deposit Insurance. You are solely responsible for monitoring your deposits in Receiving Institutions outside of the Program. As such, you should review the list of Receiving Institutions carefully. The list of available Receiving Institutions may change from time to time, and you may contact Your Credit Union directly to obtain the most recent list. You have the right to request that Your Credit Union not allocate your money to a particular Receiving Institution. Once Member funds are allocated, Stable will not be able to modify the selection of Receiving Institutions due to the needs of any particular Member without making the same change for all Members. For this reason, Your Credit Union may not be able to implement your request to exclude a particular Receiving Institution on a timely basis, or at all. See Sections III.D, Deposits and Deposit Insurance, and III.G, Ability to Exclude Receiving Institutions.
To the extent that Your Credit Union is not able to implement your request to exclude a particular Receiving Institution at which you have existing balances, there is a risk that all or portion of your funds allocated to such Receiving Institution by the Program will not be insured.
In the event of a failure of a Receiving Institution, there may be a time period during which you may not be able to access your money. Where your funds are held in MMDAs or share accounts, the return of your funds to your account at Your Credit Union may be delayed. Receiving Institutions are permitted to, but rarely do, impose a delay of up to seven days on any withdrawal request from an MMDA or share account.
III. Detailed Terms and Conditions
A. Account Eligibility
This Program is available to all members and eligible non-members that are allowed to maintain a Deposit Account. It is your responsibility to ensure that the Program satisfies your particular objectives or guidelines and/or applicable law. In order to obtain Deposit Insurance in the Program, you must provide proper tax identification and other identification information to Your Credit Union.
B. Agency Relationships
Your Credit Union is acting as your agent in establishing and maintaining Deposit Accounts at Receiving Institutions and Your Credit Union appoints Stable as its agent for purposes of administering the Program. When you enroll in the Program, you appoint Your Credit Union as your custodial agent to effect deposits to and withdrawals from the Deposit Accounts. The allocation process administered by Stable determines into which Receiving Institution(s) your money will be deposited to achieve up to the maximum amount of Deposit Insurance available to you through the Program. See Section III.I, Allocations to Receiving Institutions The custodian bank for the overall Program (currently Huntington National Bank) (“Custodian Bank”) is solely responsible for the movement of funds within the Program to and from Receiving Institutions. All Program funds remain under the custodial control of either Your Credit Union or the Custodian Bank at all times.
C. Information about Stable
Stable is a Delaware limited liability company. Stable is not a bank, credit union, broker-dealer, or investment adviser. None of the Receiving Institutions is an affiliate of Stable. Stable administers the Program.
D. Deposits and Deposit Insurance
Your funds intended for deposit into the Program must be placed through Your Credit Union and cannot be placed directly by you with any of the Receiving Institutions.
Once in the Program, your Program Deposits will be allocated to one or more omnibus Deposit Accounts maintained at the Receiving Institutions held in the name of "Stable Custody Group II LLC, as Agent, for the Exclusive Benefit of its DDM Participating Institutions, as Agent, for the Exclusive Benefit of its DDM Customers, Acting for Themselves and/or Acting in a Fiduciary Capacity for Others” or a similar name that preserves the eligibility of Program Deposits for pass-through Deposit Insurance. See Section III.I, Allocations to Receiving Institutions.
Your Program Deposits are placed into accounts at the Receiving Institutions to provide you with up to $250,000 of Deposit Insurance per Receiving Institution, subject to certain exceptions described herein. The $250,000 limit (i.e., the SMDIA) includes your principal and accrued interest (or dividends, as applicable), when aggregated with all other deposits held by you directly, or through others, in the same recognized legal category of ownership at the same Receiving Institution. Deposit Insurance protects you against the loss of your insured deposits in the event a Receiving Institution fails. Deposit Insurance (i.e., through FDIC-insured and NCUA-insured Receiving Institutions) is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States.
If you have money at a Receiving Institution outside the Program, this may negatively impact the availability of Deposit Insurance for the total amount of your funds held at that institution. If your deposits at a Receiving Institution, in aggregate, exceed the then current SMDIA, the excess funds are not covered by Deposit Insurance. Your Credit Union, the Receiving Institutions and Stable are unaware of your funds outside of the Program. As a result, these funds will not be taken into account when allocating your funds to a particular Receiving Institution. You are solely responsible for monitoring your deposits in Receiving Institutions outside of the Program and for notifying Your Credit Union to exclude any particular Receiving Institution from receiving your funds. You should review the list of Receiving Institutions carefully. The list of Receiving Institutions may change from time to time, and you may contact Your Credit Union directly to obtain the most recent list. While Stable will cooperate with Your Credit Union to select appropriate Receiving Institutions, in general, once funds of Members are allocated, Stable will not be able to modify the selection of Receiving Institutions due to the needs of any particular Member without making the same change for all Members. For this reason, Your Credit Union may not be able to implement your request to exclude a particular Receiving Institution on a timely basis, or at all. See Section II, Risks of the Program.
For example, if the then current SMDIA is $250,000 and you have a non-Program deposit account at Receiving Institution A of $200,000 and you also have $60,000 in the Program Deposits account at the same bank in the same legal category of ownership, only $250,000 of your $260,000 is insured. In the event that a Receiving Institution that holds your Program Deposits fails, payments of principal plus unpaid and accrued interest (or dividends) up to the then current SMDIA per legal category of account ownership will be made to you. Although the FDIC and NCUA normally make these payments within a few days of taking possession of a bank or credit union as receiver, there is no specific time period during which the FDIC or NCUA must make insurance payments available. Furthermore, you may be required to provide certain documentation to the FDIC or NCUA before insurance payments are made.
Your account ownership will be evidenced by an entry on records maintained by Your Credit Union for each of the Receiving Institutions at which your funds are on deposit. You will not be issued any evidence of ownership of a Program Deposit account, such as a passbook or certificate. However, Your Credit Union will provide you with a summary of all Program deposits and withdrawals, the name of each Receiving Institution that holds your Program Deposits, deposit balance(s) and the rate paid on your Program Deposits either on your periodic statements, via an online portal, upon request, or a combination thereof.
E. Deposit Insurance for Recognized Categories of Account Ownership; Multi-Tiered Fiduciary Relationships
To ensure that your Program Deposits are protected by Deposit Insurance to the fullest extent possible under the Program, you should understand how FDIC and NCUA insurance applies to each recognized category of account ownership.
In general, the FDIC-recognized categories of account ownership include single ownership accounts; accounts held by an agent, escrow agent, nominee, guardian, custodian, or conservator; annuity contract accounts; certain joint ownership accounts; certain revocable trust accounts; accounts of a corporation, partnership, or unincorporated association; accounts held by a depository institution as the trustee of an irrevocable trust; certain irrevocable trust accounts; certain retirement and other employee benefit plan accounts; and certain accounts held by government depositors. Since you are entering the Program as a member or eligible non-member of Your Credit Union, some of the FDIC-recognized categories of ownership will not be applicable to you.
The rules that govern these categories of account ownership are very detailed and very complex, and there are many nuances and exceptions. Complete information can be found at the FDIC’s regulations set forth at 12 C.F.R. Part 330.
The FDIC’s regulations impose special requirements for obtaining pass-through FDIC insurance coverage, up to the standard maximum deposit insurance amount (SMDIA) (currently $250,000 for each FDIC recognized category of account ownership), for multiple levels of fiduciary relationships. In these situations, in order for FDIC insurance coverage to pass through to the true beneficial owners of the funds, it is necessary (i) to expressly indicate, on the records of the insured depository institution that there are multiple levels of fiduciary relationships, (ii) to disclose the existence of additional levels of fiduciary relationships in records, maintained in good faith and in the regular course of business, by parties at subsequent levels, and (iii) to disclose, at each of the level(s), the name(s) and the interest(s) of the person(s) on whose behalf the party at the level is acting. No person or entity in the chain of parties will be permitted to claim that they are acting in a fiduciary capacity for others unless the possible existence of such a relationship is revealed at some previous level in the records. If your Program Deposits are beneficially owned through multiple levels of fiduciary relationship, you must take steps to comply with these special requirements.
For questions about FDIC insurance coverage, you may call the FDIC at 877-275-3342 or visit the FDIC’s web site at www.fdic.gov.
You also may wish to utilize “EDIE The Estimator,” the FDIC’s electronic insurance calculation program, which is found at https://www.fdic.gov/edie/index.html. Other information regarding FDIC insurance coverage may be found at the FDIC’s Consumer Resource Center section of the FDIC’s website at https://www.fdic.gov/resources/consumers/index.html.
In general, the NCUA-recognized categories of account ownership for member insurance coverage include single ownership accounts; joint ownership accounts; certain revocable trust accounts and irrevocable trust accounts; and certain retirement accounts. In addition, the NCUA allows certain account ownership types to be treated equivalent to members for insurance coverage purposes, although technically not considered members of Your Credit Union, including accounts of government entities and other credit unions. Further, if Your Credit Union is classified by the NCUA as a Low-Income Credit Union, such insurance extends to additional categories of ownership types.
The rules that govern these categories of account ownership are very detailed and very complex, and there are many nuances and exceptions. Complete information can be found at the NCUA’s regulations set forth at 12 C.F.R. Part 745.
The NCUA’s regulations impose special requirements for obtaining pass-through NCUA insurance coverage, up to the standard maximum deposit insurance amount (SMDIA) (currently $250,000 for each NCUA-recognized category of account ownership), with respect to a pooling of underlying members (including eligible non-members), including for multiple levels of fiduciary relationships. In these situations, in order for NCUA insurance coverage to pass through to the true beneficial owners of the funds, it is necessary (i) to expressly indicate, on the records of the insured depository institution, the existence of a relationship which may provide a basis for additional insurance, (ii) to disclose the existence of additional levels of such relationships in records, maintained in good faith and in the regular course of business, by parties at subsequent levels, and (iii) to disclose, at each of the level(s), the name(s) and the interest(s) of the person(s) on whose behalf the party at the level is acting. No person or entity in the chain of parties will be permitted to claim that they are acting in a fiduciary capacity for others unless the possible existence of such a relationship is revealed at some previous level in the records. If your Program Deposits are beneficially owned through multiple levels of fiduciary relationship, you must take steps to comply with these special requirements.
For questions about NCUA insurance coverage, you may call the NCUA at 800-755-1030 or visit the NCUA’s website at www.ncua.gov.
You also may wish to utilize “NCUA Share Insurance Estimator,” the NCUA’s electronic insurance calculation program, which is found at mycreditunion.gov/share-insurance-estimator-home. Other information regarding NCUA insurance coverage may be found at the “Share Insurance Coverage” section of the “Consumers” menu option on the NCUA’s web site at mycreditunion.gov/share-insurance.
Withdrawals from your Program Deposits are made through Your Credit Union and cannot be made directly by you through Stable or any of the Receiving Institutions. Checks, ACH payments, debit cards, ATM withdrawals, direct deposits, credits and other transactions and items for your deposit account at Your Credit Union are processed through your deposit account held at Your Credit Union rather than through the Program Deposit Accounts. Funds from the Program Deposits will generally not be available to you until the following business day after you make the withdrawal request. It will be your responsibility to make arrangements with Your Credit Union to have such funds withdrawn from the Program and deposited into your account at Your Credit Union on a “same-day” basis. In the event that Your Credit Union does not receive enough funds to cover your entire withdrawal request (if, for example, Receiving Institutions fail to send funds as instructed by the Custodian Bank pursuant to Stable’s instructions, or Receiving Institutions are closed due to holidays or other events), the funding of all or a portion of your withdrawal requests could be further delayed. If Your Credit Union decides to advance funds to you in anticipation of a Program withdrawal, you will owe the amount of these funds to Your Credit Union and Your Credit Union will retain from the funds received the amount that it advanced to you.
If, in a separate agreement, you have granted Your Credit Union a security interest or offset right in your Deposit Accounts or other interests relating to your Deposit Accounts as collateral for a loan to you or otherwise, Your Credit Union may decline to honor a request for a Program withdrawal or a transaction that would give rise to such a withdrawal to the extent that such withdrawal would cause your balance in the Program to fall below the loan amount or other amount that you have agreed to maintain in your Deposit Accounts or to which the security interest applies.
G. Ability to Exclude Receiving Institutions
You will have access to the list of Receiving Institutions that hold your deposits either on your periodic statements, via an online portal, upon request, or a combination thereof. You may also contact Your Credit Union to obtain the most recent list of Receiving Institutions. You may request that Your Credit Union exclude any Receiving Institution from receiving funds from you under the Program by notifying Your Credit Union using the form attached as Exhibit B. While Stable will cooperate with Your Credit Union to select appropriate Receiving Institutions, in general, once funds of Members are allocated, Stable will not be able to modify the selection of Receiving Institutions due to the needs of any particular Member without making such change for all Members. For this reason, Your Credit Union may not be able to implement your request to exclude a particular Receiving Institution on a timely basis, or at all.
You can obtain publicly available financial information concerning any of the Receiving Institutions at:
For FDIC-insured Receiving Institutions: https://www.ffiec.gov/NPW or by contacting the FDIC Public Information Center by mail at 3501 North Fairfax Drive, Room E-1005, Arlington, VA 22226 or by phone at
For NCUA-insured Receiving Institutions: mapping.ncua.gov/ResearchCreditUnion.aspx or by contacting the NCUA Consumer Assistance Center by mail at 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 or by phone
Neither Stable nor Your Credit Union is responsible for any insured or uninsured portion of any deposits at any Receiving Institution or guarantees the financial condition of any Receiving Institution or the accuracy of any publicly available financial information concerning a Receiving Institution.
If, on a Business Day, you have outstanding deposits that Your Credit Union has placed for you using the Certificate of Deposit MarketplaceSM program (the “CDM program”) also administered by Stable, and you have provided the same taxpayer or other identification number for purposes of the Program and the CDM program, the allocation of your funds for that Business Day in the Program will not cause the balance in your Deposit Accounts at a Receiving Institution, together with the outstanding deposits, if any, that we placed for you at that Receiving Institution in the same Deposit Insurance category of ownership through the CDM program, to exceed the SMDIA.
H. Your Responsibility to Monitor Your Deposit or Investment Options
I. Allocations to Receiving Institutions
You can contact Your Credit Union at any time for the current list of Receiving Institutions. You cannot specify an amount of funds to be allocated to specific Receiving Institutions, but you can request that none of your funds will be allocated to specific Receiving Institutions subject to the limitations described in Section G.
The IDEA feature, or Insured Deposit Equal Allocation feature, allows Your Credit Union the ability to provide its Members, including you, with access to the Program without having to disclose any personally identifiable information to Stable. As a result, Stable maintains in its records only an omnibus account titled “Your Credit Union for the exclusive benefit of its Members, acting for themselves and/or acting on a fiduciary capacity for others”. The omnibus balance is allocated to at least 10 Receiving Institution(s) to obtain the maximum Deposit Insurance limit of $2,500,000. Each Member’s account balance, including yours, will be allocated to each selected Receiving Institution in the same proportion that the total omnibus balance is allocated to each Receiving Institution.
L. Account Statements
You must notify Your Credit Union immediately of any discrepancies noted in your account statement and in no event later than thirty (30) days after the date of the account statement in which the problem or error first appeared.
M. Tax Reporting
N. Business Continuity
O. Other Terms
Rights, Liabilities, and Responsibilities under Regulation E: Any and all guidelines outlined by Reg. E of the Electronic Fund Transfer Act apply with respect to you and Your Credit Union for the purposes of the
Inactive Accounts: Your Credit Union and the Receiving Institutions may be required by law to turn over (escheat) your Program Deposits to a state, typically your state of residence, based on account inactivity for a certain time period established by applicable state law. If Program Deposits are remitted to the state, you may file a claim with the state to recover the funds.
Transferability: Your Program Deposits may not be transferred by you. A transfer that occurs due to death, incompetence, marriage, divorce, attachment or otherwise by operation of law shall not be binding unless and until sufficient, acceptable documentation has been received.
Termination: Your Credit Union may, at its sole discretion, and without any prior notice, terminate your participation in the Program. If you close your deposit account at Your Credit Union, your associated Program Deposit account will also be closed and your funds will be distributed from the Program through your deposit account at Your Credit Union.
Ordinary Care: Any failure by Stable or any Receiving Institutions to act or any delay by such party beyond time limits prescribed by law or permitted by these Terms and Conditions is excused if caused by your negligence, interruption of communication facilities, suspension of payments by another financial institution, war, emergency conditions or other circumstances beyond the control of such party, provided such party exercised such diligence as such circumstances would normally require. You agree that any act or omission made by Stable or any Receiving Institution in reliance upon or in accordance with any provision of the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in New York, any rule or regulation of the State of New York, the Federal Reserve, FDIC or NCUA, or a federal agency having jurisdiction over such party shall constitute ordinary care.
Alternatives to the Program: By enrolling in the Program, you agree to the terms and conditions provided herein. You understand that, at any time, you may terminate your participation in the Program. If you terminate, the funds held through the Program will be credited to your deposit account at Your Credit Union.
Days of Operation: The Program will operate on all days when the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is open for business.
Mutual Institution and Subscription Rights: Your funds may be placed in a Deposit Account at a Receiving Institution that is in the mutual form of organization. Such a Deposit Account will be identified on the books of the mutual institution as described in Section III. D, Deposits and Deposit Insurance, and not in your name. Your Credit Union and Stable will not attend or vote at any meeting of the depositor members of a mutual institution, or exercise any subscription rights in a mutual institution’s mutual-to-stock conversion, either on its own or on your behalf. You hereby waive any right you may have to vote at any meeting of the depositor members, or to receive or exercise any subscription rights you may have in the event that the mutual institution converts from mutual to stock form, even if you held a Deposit Account as of an applicable record date.
Limitation of Liability. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL YOUR CREDIT UNION, STABLE OR ITS AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, WHETHER SUCH LIABILITY IS ASSERTED ON THE BASIS OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY) OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF PROFITS, GOODWILL OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION.
Legal Process: Stable, Your Credit Union, and the Receiving Institutions may comply with any writ of attachment, execution, garnishment, tax, levy, restraining order, subpoena, warrant or other legal process, which such party reasonably and in good faith believes to be valid. Your Credit Union may notify you of such process by telephone, electronically or in writing. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold Stable, Your Credit Union, and the Receiving Institutions harmless from all actions, claims, liabilities, losses, costs, attorneys’ fees, and damages associated with their compliance with any process that such party believes reasonably and in good faith to be valid. You further agree that Stable, Your Credit Union, and the Receiving Institutions may honor legal process that is served personally, by mail, or by facsimile transmission at any of their respective offices (including locations other than where the funds, records or property sought is held), even if the law requires personal delivery at the office where your Program Deposit records are maintained.
Waiver: Any provision of these Terms and Conditions may be waived if, but only if, such waiver is in writing and is signed by the party against whom the waiver is to be effective. No failure or delay by any party in exercising any right, power or privilege hereunder shall operate as a waiver thereof nor shall any single or partial exercise thereof preclude any other or further exercise thereof or the exercise of any other right, power or privilege.
to you in connection with the Program constitute the entire agreement between Your Credit Union and you, and supersede all prior and contemporaneous agreements and understandings, both oral and written, between Your Credit Union and you with respect to the subject matter hereof. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, YOUR CREDIT UNION MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES (ORAL OR WRITTEN, STATUTORY, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE) INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, AS TO MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PURPOSE, CONFORMITY TO ANY DESCRIPTION OR REPRESENTATION, NON-INTERFERENCE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
Binding Effect: These Terms and Conditions shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective permitted heirs, successors, legal representatives and assigns. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions, expressed or implied, is intended to confer on any person other than the parties hereto, and their respective permitted heirs, successors, legal representatives and assigns, any rights, remedies, obligations or liabilities under or by reason of these Terms and Conditions; provided that Stable shall be a third party beneficiary hereof.
Governing Law: These Terms and Conditions are to be construed in accordance with and governed by the internal laws of the State of New York and the United States of America without giving effect to any choice of law rule that would cause the application of the laws of any other jurisdiction to the rights and duties of the parties. Unless otherwise provided herein, Your Credit Union and Stable may comply with applicable clearinghouse, Federal Reserve and correspondent bank rules in processing transactions for your Program Deposits. You agree that Your Credit Union and Stable are not required to notify you of a change in those rules, except to the extent required by applicable law.
Disputes: EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY DISPUTES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS WILL BE GOVERNED BY THE TERMS OF THE AGREEMENT THAT GOVERN THE DEPOSIT ACCOUNT AT YOUR CREDIT UNION THAT IS LINKED TO THE PROGRAM, INCLUDING THE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TERMS, ARBITRATION TERMS, CHOICE OF LAW, VENUE, WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL, AND COSTS RELATED TO DISPUTE RESOLUTIONS, IF ANY.
Interpretative Provisions: The headings herein are included for convenience of reference only and shall be ignored in the construction or interpretation hereof. All Exhibits annexed hereto or referred to herein are hereby incorporated in and made a part of these Terms and Conditions as if set forth in full herein. Any singular term in these Terms and Conditions shall be deemed to include the plural, and any plural term the singular. Whenever the words “include”, “includes” or “including” are used in these Terms and Conditions, they shall be deemed to be followed by the words “without limitation”, whether or not they are in fact followed by those words or words of like import. References to any document provided by Your Credit Union to you or to any agreement or contract are to that document, agreement or contract as amended, modified or supplemented from time to time in accordance with the terms hereof or thereof. In any construction of the terms of these Terms and Conditions, the same shall not be construed against either party on the basis of that party being the drafter of such terms.
Consistent with the Program Terms and Conditions, Member acknowledges Your Credit Union as its agent to open and maintain one or more Program Accounts at one or more Receiving Institutions, other than Your Credit Union. Such Program Accounts shall be held in the name of Your Credit Union’s agent and owned beneficially by Member and other designated Program customers. Member directs Your Credit Union, as its agent, to effect deposits to and withdrawals from such Program Accounts pursuant to the Program Terms and Conditions.
Unless terminated by Your Credit Union, the Program and agency relationship set forth above shall remain in effect until Your Credit Union receives Member’s written notice of termination and Your Credit Union has been afforded a reasonable opportunity to act on such written notice.Go to main navigation