cheque card


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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
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Translations

cheque card

nScheckkarte f
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cheque card

n (Brit) → carta f assegni inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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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He discovered several coins, a front door key, a Midland Bank cheque card and an Access card dated 1979-1981 bearing the name Angela Dimond.
South Africa-based First National Bank (FNB) has said that its customers would now be allowed to cancel a lost or stolen debit or cheque card at an FNB ATM, ADT or Slimline.
The victim was robbed of a credit card, cheque card, cheque book and cash, together with a 4.10 single-barrelled shotgun and a 4.10 double-barrelled shotgun.
Income tax deductions for credit card charges will be increased, with additional deductions given to credit card charges at traditional markets, and more income tax deductions for cheque card spending to ease the burden of credit card fees charged on small businesses.
According to Acacia Research, the expired patent asserted in this litigation generally relates to a computerised system for protecting retailers and consumers engaged in credit card, cheque card and debit transactions.
"I would advise shopkeepers not to accept a cheque without the cheque card or another form of identification.
The intruders made off with a Rolex watch, valuable gold jewellery and a company cheque card.
The three intruders made off with a Rolex watch, valuable gold jewellery and a company cheque card.
Elissa Freeman--Senior Policy Officer, CHOICE Basic and concession account penalties Periodic Direct Overdrawn Cheque payment debit account dishonour dishonour dishonour ($) (outward) Bank (in ($) ($) ($) alphabetical order) ANZ 10 10 10 10 Commonwealth 35 35 30 (A) 35 National 0 0 0 0 Australia Bank St George 8 8 8 8 Westpac 10 10 10 10 Deposited Stop Credit Credit cheque cheque card late card dishonour ($) * payment over Bank (in ($) ($) limit ($) alphabetical order) ANZ 0 15 10 10 Commonwealth 0 15 25 25 National 0 5-8 30 25 Australia Bank St George 0 8 / 15 (B) 35 30 Westpac 0 12 35 35 Source: the banks, September 2007.
The best bet is to take cash, or, more safely, a travellers cheque card which can be used in cashpoints, plus shops and restaurants overseas."