|(a) Filing requirements. A licensee may move the licensed office from the licensed location to any other location by paying the appropriate fees and giving notice of intended relocation to the commissioner not less than 30 calendar days prior to the anticipated moving date. Notification must be provided by filing a license amendment or an approved electronic submission as prescribed by the commissioner. The notice must include the contemplated new address of the licensed office, the approximate date of relocation, a copy of the notice to consumers, and the applicable fee as outlined in §83.3010 of this title (relating to Fees). (b) Notice to consumers. Written notice of a relocation of an office, or of transactions as outlined in subsection (c) of this section, must be mailed to all consumers with active accounts at least five calendar days prior to the date of relocation. Notices must identify the licensee, provide both old and new addresses, provide both old and new telephone numbers, and state the date relocation is effective. The notice to consumers can be waived or modified by the commissioner when it is in the public interest. A request for waiver or modification must be submitted in writing for approval. In lieu of notification by mail, a licensee may provide notice to a consumer by reasonable signage, electronic mail, text messaging, or other electronic means if a consumer has approved electronic notices, or by any other means the commissioner may approve. (c) Relocation of transactions. If the licensee is only relocating or transferring transactions from one licensed location to another licensed location, the licensee must comply with subsection (b) of this section and provide, if transferred to more than one location, a list of transactions relocated or transferred. This list of relocated or transferred transactions must include the contract number and the full name of the consumer.