- banking board
(1)The licensee or the licensee’s agents or subagents shall give notice to the banking board, by certified mail, of any legal action which shall be brought against the licensee and of any judgment which shall be entered against the licensee, by any creditor or claimant, relating to selling or issuing exchange or transmitting money under this article 110, together with details sufficient to identify the action or judgment, within ten days after the commencement of any such action or notice to the licensee of entry of any such judgment. Within ten days after it pays any claim of judgment to any such creditor or such claimant, the corporate surety shall give notice to the banking board, by certified mail, of the payment, together with details sufficient to identify the claimant or creditor and the claim or judgment so paid.
(2)The licensee or the licensee’s affiliates, agents, or subagents shall immediately give notice to the banking board, by certified mail, of any information in their possession with regard to money orders issued by them that have been returned to purchasers unpaid.
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(a)Except for a money exchange or transmission conducted at a branch of a federally insured depository institution, a licensee shall post and maintain at its establishment a notice advising the customer that the selling or issuing of exchange is regulated by the division of banking and that the customer may report alleged violations of the law to the division of banking. The notice shall be created and furnished to the licensee by the commissioner.
(b)The notice shall be posted conspicuously in a well-lighted place visible to customers.
Section 11-110-120 — Notice - banking board - consumers,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-11.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).