I do IT work for a credit union, and have been in banking since about 2008. Nowhere I've worked does anything like taking someone to a back room to question them. Also I've never heard of a bank or credit union that fingerprints account holders.
I could comment about what kinds of things we do to comply with the Patriot Act, Dodd-Frank, and so forth, but I probably should wait until I'm not at work to do so. ;) BUT, the article's description of these practices point to either Chase or Bank of America, sounds like something they'd do.
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