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  • noun

Synonyms for charge 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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This consultation concerns the supply of fuel to the pump through charge cards.
The new small business charge cards require payment in full every month, enabling increased control over expenses without finance charges.
Furthermore, when it comes to VantageScore and newer versions of the FICO scoring model, charge cards don't count toward your credit utilization, the ratio of your outstanding balance to your credit limit--when credit reporting agencies calculate your credit score, since charge cards don't have credit limits.
It allows Kanoo to participate in various exclusive promotions extended to Al Salam's customers and charge card holders which include special pricing on selected holiday packages, value additions promotions and discounts on room bookings in selected hotels and travel related services.
Al Salam Bank-Bahrain has signed an agreement with Kanoo Travel Agency to provide extended offers and services to the bank's customers and charge card holders.
Collect charge cards from employees when they terminate employment or move to a different organization.
Alison Nicholas, director of MyCallcredit, said: 'Cutting up a credit or charge card isn't enough.
They can then spend these funds anywhere with internationally accepted debit or charge cards drawn on these accounts; the IRS cannot trace the origin.
Government charge cards enable the Department of Defense to streamline its business processes and thereby free up resources for critical national security needs," Zakheim said.
The purpose of the 1988 Act was to ensure that consumers receive key cost information about credit and charge cards early enough to have the opportunity to comparison shop.
BRITISH Telecom has been rapped over the high cost of charge cards given to 16 million customers.
Procurement cards are corporate charge cards issued to specific employees of a business after that business enters into a contract with a card issuer involving use of the card, financial responsibility, billing, payment, etc.
Also acceptable are local or regional department store charge cards, preferably in the customer's name.
Contract notice: Supply of fuel through charge cards and services associated with these cards