SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper here plans to begin a test next week in two to three stores of a new point-of-sale receipt printer's ability to process check payments electronically, including capturing a digital image of the check for fraud-prevention purposes. The chain finished installing the receipt printer, model TM-H6000II, from Epson America, Long Beach, Calif., in all of its 102 stores last month. The units are being used initially for printing only. Epson says Price Chopper is ...

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