A northern New Jersey mayor said last week that his town would no longer do business with PNC Bank Corp., because of the bank's controversial policy of fingerprinting check-cashing customers who do not have PNC accounts.

John Inglesino, mayor of Rockaway Township, said he would yank the town's multi-million-dollar deposit account from the Pittsburgh bank and give most of the business to Summit Bancorp in Princeton.

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