Cash Back Regulations: This refers to a statute or regulation adopted by some states that require a retailer or restaurant to pay a Cardholder cash in the amount of the remaining balance of a Card, usually upon request of the Card user, when the Card is used and results in a balance below an amount specified in the regulation. Cash Back Regulations are Consumer Protection Laws, although in rare instances may also be in an Unclaimed Property Statute. They also impact the application of Unclaimed Property Laws, Money Transmitter Laws, and Anti-Money Laundering Regulations. . The regulation of Cash Back generally falls into three categories: Required, Not Required and Escheat Status Impacting.