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Attempting to cash a check drawn on First Bank, Gina, who is not a First Bank customer, refuses to provide a thumbprint. First Bank refuses to cash...

Attempting to cash a check drawn on First Bank, Gina, who is not a First Bank customer, refuses to provide a thumbprint. First Bank refuses to cash the check. Gina files a suit against the bank.

Under the decision in Case 20.2, Messing v. Bank of America, N.A., the court is most likely to rule that a thumbprint "signature" is
a. not relevant under the UCC because Gina is not the bank's customer.
b. not subject to the UCC because a thumbprint is not a signature.
c. lawful under the UCC.
d. unlawful under the UCC.

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