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debit card

noun as in card for shopping without cash

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Further down the road, Charlie aims to move more into neobank territory by issuing a debit card to users that works with users’ Charlie account.

Netspend, a prepaid debit card company, said it processed more than $850 million stimulus payments in January for about 900,000 customers.

Again, Moss doesn’t offer prepaid or debit cards — it focuses on credit cards.

You can check the status of your stimulus payment — and whether you can expect it by paper check, debit card or direct deposit — here.

From Axios

Yes, for the time being, Plaid helps connect financial apps to consumers’ bank accounts, but in the long term, Plaid could disrupt the debit card market and drive down transaction fees.

From Fortune

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

“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.

If you had the choice, would you rather use your debit card or your smartphone to access your account at an ATM?

Generally speaking, to buy stuff online, you need to have a bank account, a debit card, and credit cards.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to debit card, such as: cash plus card, plastic money, and smart card.

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