Banks are charging that a Treasury proposal to make nonbanks follow anti-laundering rules would interfere with the development of electronic payment products.

Wells, Fargo & Co., First Union Corp., and other large banks objected to the Treasury Department's plan to make issuers of stored-value products register with the government just like check cashers and money transmitters, according to comment letters due last week.

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