WASHINGTON - Bank One Corp. is aiming to spend just $1 to prepare, send, and track each customer privacy notice required under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, a senior vice president said Wednesday.

That still translates into at least $55 million, an estimate that makes the nation's fourth-largest bank holding company one of the first large institutions to reveal the cost of complying with new privacy requirements.

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