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FDIC, Stored Value Cards and Other Nontraditional Access Mechanisms (New General Counsel's Opinion No. 8{ (FIL 129-2008) (Nov. 13, 2008) (full-text).

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The new General Counsel’s Opinion No. 8 addresses the issue of whether the funds underlying stored value cards and other nontraditional access mechanisms qualify as “deposits” as defined in the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.

Under the new opinion, the funds will be “deposits” to the extent that the funds have been placed at an insured depository institution. Consequently, the funds will be subject to assessments. Also, the funds will be insured (up to the insurance limit).

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