Robert Randolph, a former federal gumshoe, no longer pursues Arab terrorists or interstate theft rings. But as manager of investigative services for BankAmerica Corp.'s Southwest region, he still fingerprints people.

Under the guidance of the 50 year-old executive, the bank has created a program requiring a "print signature" from any noncustomer cashing a check against a Bank of America account.

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