checkless

checkless

(ˈtʃɛklɪs)
adj
without check or restraint
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Global Banking News-August 22, 2016--US launches checkless accounts
6 percent of National Government (NG) disbursements were checkless in 2015, up from 70.
BBVA acquired Simple and Bank of America piloted a checkless checking account.
Other major reforms are being implemented--such as the shift to a cashless and checkless disbursement system, the early procurement of infrastructure projects, and the disaggregation of the National Budget into detailed programs and projects--to enable faster, more efficient, and more transparent public spending.
They transfigure him into the quintessential adolescent girl both fragile and impervious: "frail and fragile in the same way that adolescent girls appear incredibly delicate yet at the same time invincibly durable, like wisps of mist or vapor drifting checkless and insensate among the thunderous concrete-bedded mastodons inside a foundry" (899).
Banks have been planning for a checkless society for almost fifty years, and Boomers could be the last generation to use checks for much of anything at all.
In preparing this piece, I had the opportunity to read for the first time in forty years, an article I wrote for the second issue of Volume 1, published in the fall of 1970, and entitled Commercial Banking, and the Checkless Society.
However, the paperless office, the bookless library, the printless newspaper, and the cashless, checkless society have yet to appear.
The only way to kill, or maul, this checkless corruption is to demonetize all bank notes above 100 rupees.
458 Winchester I may need a place to stay during that checkless month.
Pundits have alternately predicted or mocked the concept of a checkless society in the U.