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Members of the Granite Credit Union in Salt Lake City can now get e-mail alerts sent to their cell phones if a check is about to bounce. The bank will introduce the service this month. Granite Credit Union is among the first banks to try such a service. Banks have been hesitant to offer so-called mobile banking, citing the additional costs and the relative failure to attract customers to Internet banking in general.

Members of the Granite Credit Union in Salt Lake City can now get e-mail alerts sent to their cell phones if a check is about to bounce. The bank will introduce the service this month.

Granite Credit Union is among the first banks to try such a service. Banks have been hesitant to offer so-called mobile banking, citing the additional costs and the relative failure to attract customers to Internet banking in general.