YORK, Pa. -- By outsourcing an electronic check-imaging service, Nell's Corp. here has simplified the accounting process used for checks returned for not sufficient funds (NSF), while saving on bank fees and increasing collections. Now, when a customer writes a bad check at one of the retailer's nine supermarkets operating under the Shurfine Market banner, the Federal Reserve routs the check to an outside company for electronic imaging, rather than back to the retailer's depository bank. ...

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