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cheque card

n
(Banking & Finance) a card issued by a bank or building society, guaranteeing payment of a customer's cheques up to a stated value: may also function as a cash card or debit card or both
Translations

cheque card

nScheckkarte f

cheque card

n (Brit) → carta f assegni inv

cheque

(American) check (tʃek) noun
a written order on a printed form telling a bank to pay money to the person named. to pay by cheque.
ˈcheque-book noun
a book of cheque forms.
cheque cardbanker's card
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The postal packets found in his house or in the bin did not contain birthday cards containing money, credit cards or pin numbers, cheque books or cheque cards.
The programme would allow customers to choose from multiple images that can be emblazoned on Alabama Crimson Tide branded cheque cards.
A Travel Support Center allows users to buy Travelers Cheques and Travelers Cheque Cards, obtain foreign currency, replace stolen and misplaced passports and credit cards, and purchase various types of travelers' insurance including trip cancellation, medical, and baggage protection insurance.
The bank offers American Express Travellers Cheque Cards, which let parents pre-load the card with money.
Debit and credit cards can incur hidden charges, so the best bet is to take cash or, more safely, travellers' cheque cards for use in cashpoints, shops and restaurants.
Mark Anthony Roberts and Neville George Braithwaite, both 25, walked in through the unlocked back door of the Pontypridd house on July 5, and stole credit and cheque cards and a pair of trainers.
The images show her entering shops and using fraudulent cheques and cheque cards to buy goods.