The Federal Reserve Board has begun surveying 5,200 bankers about check fraud, trying to learn how prevalent it is and whether letting banks hold deposits an extra day would help stop it.

The one-time survey, which asks for 1995 data, is voluntary. Questionnaires must be returned by April 12, and the Fed must report the results to Congress by September.

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