Check 21 Creates Complexity and Fraud Risk

Prospero, Humberto
April 2005
Bank Technology News;Apr2005 Supplement, p40
Trade Publication
Reports on the impact of the Check 21 Act on the banking industry in the U.S. Catalyst for reducing industrial cost and fraud risk; Reasons for delay in converting to electronic processing; Selection of strategic partner experienced in mission critical payments processing; Content and format of the Image Replacement Document.


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