The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) encourages state and local government and businesses, including banks, to make their offerings available and accessible to people with disabilities.
Your bank may have received a letter alleging it is violating Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The violation these letters cite is that the bank’s website is not sufficiently accessible to individuals with disabilities. Accessibility issues may create barriers that prevent customers with disabilities from enjoying equal access to the website and information therein.
If your bank has received such a letter, don’t ignore it. The bank’s website should be reviewed for ADA compliance, and Young & Associates can assist.
The accessibility experts at Young & Associates provide banks, credit unions and other financial institutions and companies with the following to assess and support an ADA compliant website:
For more information on ADA website accessibility compliance, contact us to speak with one of our experienced consultants.