A rising number of banks are using a variation on an old law enforcement tool to reduce fraud.

Institutions in 25 states have either started or are rolling out programs to fingerprint noncustomers who wish to cash checks at their teller windows. In some cases, banks are also fingerprinting people who want to open new accounts.

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