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Synonyms for credit card

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

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Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), a business unit of Cubic Corporation, and Transport for London (TfL) s contactless bankcard system was awarded the Most Innovative Transport Project at the National Transport Awards on October 8.
Analyzing the data for 2013 shows a 19 percent increase in bankcard origination volume, growing from $228 billion to $271 billion year over year.
This is a sick theft and use of a personal bankcard which has left the man with only pounds 8 in his account.
FICO also examined FICO Score Trends to learn how credit risk of real estate loans and bankcards varied across U.
TfL opted for a phased approach to the implementation of contactless bankcard payment to ensure a seamless experience for its customers: London is one of the largest, busiest and most complex urban travel networks in the world so any new initiative needs to be carefully planned ensuring there is no possibility of disruption to customers journeys.
3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Total bankcard originations for January-June 2011 are up by 27 percent over the January-June 2010 timeframe, continuing a sustained growth trend for the year, according to Equifax's latest National Credit Trends Report.
The EMV movement refers to the bankcards transformation from the magnetic cards to the integrated circuit (short for IC) cards by adopting safer and more functional smart IC cards to substitute the magnetic cards.
The data obtained from the bankcards was reported to the organizer of the crime scheme in the US who controlled the illegal money draining with the use of duplicate bankcards worked out in the US.
Notable within the data is the rebound in the number of bankcard originations to subprime* borrowers, with an almost 60 percent increase in originations for May 2011 vs.
From the time order, it is considered that the POS and ATM manufacturers will be first benefited, but it is late for the bankcard manufacturers.
The steepest increases in average bankcard debt over the previous quarter occurred in Alabama (+5.
MINNEAPOLIS -- FICO[TM] (NYSE: FIC), the leading provider of analytics and decision management technology, today announced the release of its newest FICO([R]) scores targeted specifically to the automobile lending and bankcard industries.
11, 2006, foreign banks are now allowed to issue bankcards and this has resulted in a boom in bankcard-related industries such as tourism, retail and e-commerce.
CUP) is the only national bankcard payment network in China, with more than 900 million bankcards issued on the CUP network.
Nationally, the ratio of bankcard borrowers delinquent on one or more of their bankcards increased to 1.