(B) Price information, which may vary from cardholder to cardholder depending on the cardholder`s creditworthiness or state of residence or other factors, must be disclosed either by indicating all possible variants (e.g. .B purchase aprs of 13 per cent, 15 per cent, 17 per cent and 19 per cent) or by indicating a series of possible variants (e.g. .B. purchase APR from 13 to 19 per cent). The majority of banks and credit unions that offer agreements under Section 1026.58(c) have no more than $10 billion in assets. As a result, the majority of banks and credit unions that will benefit from the final rule have assets of no more than $10 billion. On the other hand, large banks and credit unions typically provide more agreements to the office every quarter. As a result, the final rule will generally provide large banks and credit unions with a greater reduction in burden than banks and credit unions with assets not exceeding $10 billion. If you have any questions about the agreements yourself, contact the card issuer directly.
In accordance with Section 122(d)(3) of TILA, the Bureau maintains on its public website a collection of consumer credit card agreements that card issuers submit in accordance with Section 122(d)(2) of TILA, as implemented in § 1026.58(c). The repository`s electronic records are filed by quarter, back to the third quarter of 2011, reflecting the transfer of TILA`s implementing authority from the Board of Directors to the office in accordance with the Dodd-Frank Act.