(1) A bank is prohibited from engaging in any of the following acts or practices:
(a) extending credit or altering the terms or conditions of an extension of credit conditioned upon the customer entering into a debt cancellation agreement or debt suspension agreement with the bank. The prohibition is commonly referred in the regulatory context as the anti-tying provision;
(b) engaging in any practice or using any advertisement that could mislead or otherwise cause a reasonable person to reach an erroneous belief with respect to information that must be disclosed under ARM 2.59.118, including what is being offered, the cost, and/or the terms of the contract;
(c) offering debt cancellation contracts or debt suspension agreements that contain terms:
(i) giving the bank the right unilaterally to modify the contract unless:
(A) the modification is favorable to the customer and is made without additional charge to the customer; or
(B) the customer is notified of any proposed change and is provided a reasonable opportunity to cancel the contract without penalty before the change goes into effect; or
(ii) requiring an up-front, lump-sum single payment for the contract if the extension of credit to which the contract pertains is a residential mortgage loan.