SPOKANE, Wash. -- Rosauers Supermarkets here has joined a growing list of retailers taking a proactive approach to stopping check fraud and identity theft in their stores at the point of sale.
Rosauers has implemented the "finger signature" system from Crime Bite, Aiken, S.C., in all 20 of its stores.
The system requires customers cashing checks or using credit cards to provide an imprint of their finger on a separate sticker at the point of sale.
Mick Mikalson, director of security, ...
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