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debit

noun as in entry

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Prepaid debit card users tend to be lower income, and Netspend confirmed that most of the money has been spent rapidly for basic necessities like food and gas.

Last week, the Treasury Department and the IRS started to send approximately 8 million payments by prepaid debit card.

Amazon Pay in India supports a range of payments services, including the popular UPI, and debit and credit cards.

Consumer spending, captured by credit card and debit card data compiled by Opportunity Insights, began to fall at the end of October before rebounding in November, buoyed perhaps by the holiday season.

You could receive an email or phone call asking you to give a stranger your bank account number or debit card number for verification of your account.

At the high-end food retailer, gift cards are a year-round business—kind of like a pre-paid debit card for expensive groceries.

A new startup has created a miracle gadget that unites all your credit, debit and gift cards into a single card.

As Orman sees it, prepaid debit cards and credit cards are two sides of the same coin, so to speak.

“You know, the Approved Card, on the surface, is a prepaid debit card,” she said at the time.

He gave members of the militia his credit- and debit-card numbers so they could continue stockpiling, this time illegally.

A commission up to the maximum of ¼ the thousand on the paying out side of the account (Entering to the debit).

The use of stamps for example would permit doing away with the debit side in the account books.

He adds up the credit and debit account and, if there is a balance, enters it to the account of the possessor of the account-book.

For George Sand was most hospitable, kept indeed literally open house for her friends, and did so regardless of credit and debit.

On the debit page write the names of the items for which the money is spent and the dates.

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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to debit, such as: account, accounts, arrears, bills, charge, and collectible.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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