cashcard


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Noun1.cashcard - a credit card that entitles the holder to receive cashcashcard - 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?"
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That way I don't have to worry about looking for a place to park, refuel, or whether my cashcard is sufficiently topped up.
Although Douvan landed the Grade 2 Hilly Way Chase at Cork by 22 lengths and trounced subsequent Gold Cup hero Sizing John by eight lengths in the Grade 1 Paddy Power Cashcard Chase before warming up for Cheltenham with an easy Grade 2 Tied Cottage Chase win, Ricci admitted: "Something was clearly bothering Douvan for most of last year and he wasn't quite himself.
95 for its Euro Card (refunded by some comparison sites); ICE Travellers Cashcard costs PS4.
In my city life, if I didn't use my cashcard within five minutes of leaving the house, something was seriously awry.
NETS issues the CashCard, which is used extensively in the motoring market in Singapore, and the FlashPay Card, which can be used for public transport payments as well as payments at 91,000 NETS acceptance points island-wide.
Even the three-digit code on the back of your cashcard has a value - and that's about a fiver.
Once the money was in the account, it would be immediately withdrawn at an ATM using a cashcard.
Initially delivering the payments processing for the STA ISIC Cashcard, GPS are actively supporting the development of further Tuxedo programmes across a variety of sectors.
ICE found Au242 (e1/4300) difference between the average spend on its prepaid currency card, the ICE Travellers Cashcard, in the US compared to the country where people spent the most -- Cyprus.
In relation to the number of new types of cards it can be said that there was a positive balance of four, as eight new ones came onto the market, while four of them left, a Classic cashcard and Gold cashcard and two Master Cards, also classic cashcard and Gold cashcards, all issued by Credomatic.
Travellers to Euro destinations are also urged to use a fee free and secure prepaid currency card, such as the ICE Travellers Cashcard, to avoid confusion.
I'm used to dashing round the supermarkets, filling my trolley and handing in my cashcard at the till.