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Re: New Electronic Check Law Sinks 'Float'

Steve Sobol (
Sat, 30 Oct 2004 20:26:11 -0700

AES/newspost wrote:

> In article <>, Lisa Minter
> <> wrote:

>> Consumers are unlikely to get their cancelled checks back, although
>> some banks had already stopped this practice.

> Not sure what the practice is in other places, but at my Credit Union
> you can view a scanned image of any of your cleared checks online
> (only after logging in to your personal account, of course).

At my bank, too (Bank of America). They only keep images online for (I
think) two months, though. Internet & New Media Services,
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