In a move aimed at curbing the growth of fraud, the Arizona Bankers Association is leading a statewide campaign to use fingerprints to verify some checks.

Later this month, Arizona banks will begin asking noncustomers who present checks for cash to touch an inkless pad, then the check next to the endorsement. The inkless pad leaves no visible mark on fingers, but it will leave pronounced marks on paper.

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