bank withdrawal

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: withdrawal - the withdrawal of money from your account at a bankbank withdrawal - the withdrawal of money from your account at a bank
bank run - the concerted action of depositors who try to withdraw their money from a bank because they think it will fail
withdrawal - the act of taking out money or other capital
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Under Section 97 of the Chapter of the National Internal Revenue Code on estate taxes, it is provided that all bank withdrawal slips shall contain a statement to the effect that all of the joint depositors are still living at the time of withdrawal by any one of the joint depositors and such statement shall be under oath by said depositors.
ComEd says that utility representatives will never ask or require a customer with a past due balance to purchase a prepaid debit card to avoid disconnection and can make payments online, by phone, automatic bank withdrawal, mail or in person.
He has never been Roger Clemens, seeing how long the Red Sox could look at his vacant locker before making another unscheduled bank withdrawal.
Dubai A Filipino expat who allegedly lost money he saved for his wife's delivery to a fraudulent bank withdrawal has been reimbursed the amount on 'humanitarian grounds'.
My grandson was fined pounds 50 when a bank withdrawal statement accidentally fell from his pocket when he answered his mobile.
The total amount taken, including bank withdrawal charges, was pounds 604.
We are asking travellers taking cash to declare anything over 10,000 Euros and to carry paperwork, such as a bank withdrawal statement, for anything over pounds 1,000.
THIS is one way to try to make a bank withdrawal - but a gang of bungling thieves failed to get their hands on any cash even with the help of a 20-tonne digger.
Israeli and PA sources said Rice's notes document agreements that would seek an eventual major West Bank withdrawal and would grant the PA permission to open official institutions in Jerusalem.
Officers spent five hours with the family quizzing them on Esther's movements, the bank withdrawal and Samuel's memory of events.
The last known movement of the 32-year-old, who suffers from manic depression, was a pounds 10 bank withdrawal he made at the end of January.