MAUMEE, Ohio -- Seaway Food Town here is reducing exposure to bad checks without inconveniencing its best customers through data provided by a point-of-sale check authorization system. Since implementing the software throughout its 68 stores, Seaway is reporting massive reductions in bad-check acceptance. "The system has allowed us to eliminate a majority of bad checks," said Bill Borer, director of information systems for Seaway Food Town, indicating that the chain had reduced bad-check ...
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