WASHINGTON - Bankers who have recently put privacy policies into effect said it is best to tell customers as much as they need to know about their rules - and nothing more.

"It's possible to be honest without overpromising and without scaring your customers," said Stephen L. Durkee, vice president of privacy implementation at Citigroup Credit Services Inc., on Monday at the Consumer Bankers Association's 2000 Privacy Conference.

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