Comerica Business ConnectSM Statements

Account Disclosure

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Reporting Errors and Unauthorized Transactions

 

Personal Accounts

Electronic Funds Transfers: In Case of Errors (including unauthorized electronic transactions) or Questions About Your Electronic Transfers: Call us at the telephone number printed on the first page of this statement or write us at the address printed on the first page of this statement as soon as you can, if you think this statement or your receipt is wrong or if you need more information about a transfer on the statement or receipt. For pre-authorized transfers (e.g., insurance payments, etc.), call us at the telephone number printed on the first page or write us at Comerica Bank – Electronic Services Department, Attn: Research, P.O. Box 75000, Detroit, Michigan 48275-7570. For Comerica ATM Card or Comerica Check Card transactions, call us at the telephone number printed on the first page or write us at Comerica Bank – Electronic Processing, P.O. Box 75000, Detroit, Michigan 48275-7584. We must hear from you no later than 60 days after we sent you the FIRST statement on which the Error or problem appeared.  
 
When reporting the Error: (1) tell us your name and account number (if any); (2) describe the Error (an Error includes an unauthorized electronic funds transfer) or the electronic transfer you are unsure about, and explain as clearly as you can why you believe it is an Error or why you need more information; and (3) tell us the dollar amount of the suspected Error or the transaction you question.  
 
We will investigate your complaint and will correct any Error promptly. If we take more than 10 business days (20 business days for new accounts) to do this, we will credit your account for the amount you think is in Error so that you will have the 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 10 business days, we may not provide provisional credit to your account.  
 
Comerica Check Card Transactions: Notwithstanding the above information, if your account was debited for a transaction resulting from the use of your Comerica Check Card or Check Card number (does not apply to ATM Cards or Visa Check Cards that are not activated), you may have additional rights and protections. See the Comerica Business and Personal Deposit Account Contract for specific information.  
 
Checks and Other Non-Electronic Funds Transfer Transactions: If you need a copy of a check or additional information about a transaction, you can call us at the telephone number on the first page of this statement. State law and the terms of the Business and Personal Deposit Contract govern your liability and the Bank’s for fraudulent checks and non electronic funds transfer transactions. The best way to limit your possible loss is to report any unauthorized activity involving your account as soon as possible but always within 30 days of when we sent the statement to you or otherwise made the information available to you. See the Comerica Business and Personal Deposit Contract for further details.  
 

Business Accounts

Electronic Transactions: If you think this statement shows an Error (an Error includes an unauthorized electronic transaction) or an ATM receipt you received is wrong or if you need more information about an electronic transaction listed on the statement, call or write us as soon as possible at the telephone number or address printed on the first page but always within 30 days of when we first made the information available to you regarding the transaction. For pre-authorized transfers (e.g., insurance payment, etc.), call us at the telephone number printed on the first page or write us at Comerica Bank – Electronic Services Department, Attn: Research, P.O. Box 75000, Detroit, Michigan 48275-7570. For Comerica ATM Card or Comerica Business Check Card transactions, call us at the telephone number printed on the first page or write us at Comerica Bank – Electronic Processing, P.O. Box 75000, Detroit, Michigan 48275-7584. For all claims related to an electronic transaction, we must hear from you no later than 30 days after we first made the information available to you regarding the transaction otherwise you may waive your right to recover for the loss you incurred. Call or write us as soon as possible at the telephone number or address printed on the first page and (1) tell us your name and account number; (2) describe the Error or transaction you are unsure about, and explain as clearly as you can why you believe it is an Error or why you need more information; and (3) tell us the dollar amount of the suspected Error. We reserve the right to require that you complete an affidavit regarding claims of unauthorized transactions. If we timely receive your claim, we will investigate your claim and correct any Errors within the time frame required by law. If the claim is for an unauthorized electronic transaction and we find your claim genuine, we will process your claim in accordance with ACH rules or other applicable electronic clearinghouse rules. To the extent we recover we will refund to you the recovery. If an electronic transaction, including wire transfer was conducted in accordance with the terms of an electronic service you agreed to obtain from us, the terms of that agreement will govern whether the transaction in question is authorized or not.  
 
Comerica Business Check Card Transactions: If your account was debited for a transaction resulting from the use of your Comerica Business Check Card or Check Card number (does not apply to ATM Cards or Visa Check Cards that are not activated) or if your claim is related to an electronic debit transaction resulting from the use of your Comerica Check Card or Check Card number, you may have rights and protections in addition to those described above. See the Comerica Business and Personal Deposit Account Contract for specific information. 
 
Checks and Other Non-Electronic Transactions: If you need a copy of a check or additional information about a non-electronic transaction, you can call us at the telephone number on the first page of this statement. State law and the terms of the Business and Personal Deposit Contract govern your liability and the Bank’s for fraudulent checks and non electronic transactions. The best way to limit your possible loss is to report any unauthorized activity involving your account as soon as possible but always within 30 days of when we sent the statement to you or otherwise made the information available to you. See the Business and Personal Deposit Contract for further details. You should keep this statement for your records.
 
Balancing Your Account: For assistance on how to balance your account, please call us at the phone number listed on your account statement or visit your local Comerica banking center.

 

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