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cash card

n
(Banking & Finance) an embossed plastic card bearing the name and account details of a bank or building-society customer, used with a personal identification number to obtain money from a cash dispenser: may also function as a cheque card or debit card or both. Also called: cash-point card

cash card

ATM card
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Noun1.cash card - a credit card that entitles the holder to receive cashcash card - a credit card that entitles the holder to receive cash
charge card, charge plate, credit card, plastic - a card (usually plastic) that assures a seller that the person using it has a satisfactory credit rating and that the issuer will see to it that the seller receives payment for the merchandise delivered; "do you take plastic?"
Translations
bančna kartica

cash card

ncarta per prelievi automatici, carta f bancomat inv
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Financial institutions have been shifting from a traditional magnetic stripe cash card to an IC cash card, which is more difficult to forge and is thus safer.
Ito said at a news conference that the survey found that while stolen money was withdrawn within three days in 95 percent of cash card forgery cases, only 25 percent of victims were aware of such withdrawals within three days.
A cash card from Visa was demonstrated in a highly publicized trial at the summer Olympic Games in Atlanta.
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Officers are investigating an incident where a man withdrew hundreds of pounds using a stolen cash card.
I determined that if I could save them money through this cash card, then essentially they're all getting a raise.
A replacement cash card had been delivered to the property my nephew was working in.
Credit cards rule the transactions (37%), followed by Debit cards (32%) and Cash cards constituted 20% of the total transaction on the site.
Fraud on UK-issued credit cards abroad is booming, so International Currency Exchange (ICE) is advising holidaymakers to reduce the risk of cards being cloned or stolen abroad by opting for pre-paid cash cards instead Unlike credit cards, where fraudsters could run up thousands of pounds against the victim's credit limit, the worst damage a fraudster could do with a cash card is to steal the total amount pre-loaded, even if he got past the Chip and PIN high level security on the card.
The frightened boy was then forced to hand over his cash card and tell them his pin number, said Laura Kasasian, prosecuting.
The IC cash card embeds light sensors which scans the fingertips of the individual, without having users touch anything.
The Western Union(R) travel cash card(TM) is a secure, pre-paid and reloadable cash card available in Euros, US Dollars and Sterling and is protected by a personal PIN.