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6-1215 - Notice of source of instrument; transaction records
6-1215. Notice of source of instrument; transaction records
A. Every payment instrument sold by a licensee directly or through an authorized delegate shall bear the name of the licensee and a unique consecutive number clearly stamped or imprinted on it.
B. For every transaction involving the receipt of money from a customer, the licensee or authorized delegate who receives the money shall maintain written records of the transaction. The records may be reduced to computer or other electronic medium. The records collectively shall contain the name of the licensee, the street address of the location where the money was received, the name and street address of the customer if reported to the licensee or authorized delegate, the approximate date of the transaction, the name or other information from which, together with other contemporaneous records, the deputy director can determine the identity of those employees of the licensee or authorized delegate who may have conducted the transaction and the amount of the transaction. The information required by this section shall be available through the licensee or authorized delegate who received the money for at least five years after the date of the transaction.