Americans with Disabilities Act
Title III applies to a
financial institution's web site

We audit web sites for compliance
 with FFIEC and ADA guidelines.

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Yennik, Inc.
R. Kinney Williams
IT Security Auditor
4409 101st Street, Lubbock, Texas  79424
Office/Cell 806-535-8300

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On your Home Page, we recommend placing a link to a disability-accessible page to assist persons with disabilities.  You will find a sample disability-accessible page at as well as and In addition, if you should indicate that your web site is coded using WCAG 2.0 guidelines, if this is the case. 

We recommend
that the bank's home page and/or your Terms and Conditions statement
“If you have any problems viewing or using our web site, please call or visit any of our locations.”

USA Today article in March 2019 regarding ADA

FDIC to Focus on Increasing Banking Access for People with Disabilities

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title III

"The US Department of Justice has made clear that it interprets the ADA as applicable to websites"

Department of Justice - ADA settlement with Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo will pay up to $16 million...."

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0

Web pages that meet the WAI requirements are allowed to show the WAI accessibility level 1 icon symbol.
This is ADA coding guidelines for website developers.

Accessible technology

What does it mean to have an accessible website?

Internet Explorer offers many options to help you browse the web more easily.
Internet Explorer Ease of Access options

Check your website for accessibility
Use the accessibility checklist published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools List
Software programs or online services that help you determine if web content meets accessibility guidelines.

U.S. Access Board - Advancing Full Access and Inclusion for All
ADA guidelines for government websites.

Sample - Website Accessibility Policy

We recommend that your institution create an ADA policy for your Internet activities.

Plaintiffs’ Law Firm Again Targeting Community Banks
(Hunton & Williams Client Alert)

All IBAT and TBA members released from ADA liability

(The Independent Bankers Association of Texas and Texas Bankers Association February 24, 2017)

Yennik, Inc.

 We audit web sites for compliance with FFIEC and ADA guidelines.
Our clients in 41 states range in size from $12 million to more than than $13 billion in assets.
Our clients include banks, savings and loan associations, and credit unions.

Please be advised that Yennik, Inc. fully respects your right to privacy and will not,
under any circumstance, give or sell your information in any form to another party.
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Some material may be excerpts from others but are referenced to here in, ADA or federal agencies.
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