The information referred to in ELM 6.8.2 R (1) is:
the amount of any fee of the type referred to in ELM 6.6.1 R, or, if there is no such fee, that fact;
details of how the redemption right is to be exercised;
the amount of any limit of the type set out in ELM 6.4.1 R, or, if there is no such limit, that fact; and
the length of any period of validity of the type set out in ELM 6.4.2 R, or, if there is no such period of validity, that fact.
The information referred to in ELM 6.8.2 R (2) is:
fraud by another in relation to such a holder's e-money;
access to or use of such a holder's e-money by another;
loss, malfunction, theft or damage to or of any e-money electronic device used by such a holder;
any other significant risks arising from the acquisition, use or holding of the e-money;
details about any scheme that compensates holders of e-money issued by the firm in cases where the firm is unable to satisfy claims against it in relation to e-money or the fact that there is no such scheme;
a geographical address at which the firm may be contacted.
In the case of e-money schemes that use consume e-money cards and under which the risk of theft or loss is on the holder of the e-money, the information in ELM 6.8.2 R should warn a holder of e-money that he should treat his consumer e-money card like cash in a wallet. The warning should say that if he loses his consumer e-money card or it is stolen, he will lose any money in it, in just the same way as if he lost his wallet.