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Code of Virginia
Title 6.2. Financial Institutions and Services
Chapter 21. Check Cashers

§ 6.2-2107.1. Recordkeeping requirements.

A. As used in this section, a customer's "identification document" means any of the following:

1. A state-issued driver's license or identification card;

2. A U.S. government resident alien identification card;

3. A passport;

4. A U.S. military identification card;

5. A Non-U.S. government identification card;

6. A Mexican Matricula identification card; or

7. Other government identification card.

B. A registrant shall not cash an item for a customer in the course of conducting its business unless the registrant:

1. Makes a copy of both sides of the item or maintains a record of the following information that is available from the item:

a. ABA number;

b. Account number;

c. Check number;

d. Check type;

e. Date of check; and

f. Check amount; and

2. Makes a copy of an identification document that is presented by the customer to the registrant at the time the customer presents the item for cashing or maintains a record of the following information that is available from the identification:

a. Name;

b. Address;

c. Date of birth;

d. Type of identification;

e. Identification number; and

f. Identification expiration date.

C. A registrant shall maintain the information required by subsection B and a record of the time and date of the transaction. Such materials shall be maintained for a period of not less than six months following the date an item is cashed.

D. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any registrant that is principally engaged in the bona fide retail sale of goods or services.

2014, c. 768.

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