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Synonyms for chequebook

a book issued to holders of checking accounts

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Cleaner Susan Hope, aged 53 and from Hall Green, said: "I don't use chequebooks much so this wouldn't bother me.
The chequebooks were stolen throughout the length and breadth of this country.
The chequebooks were taken either in house burglaries or thefts from people, including the elderly, between 2002-2006.
It has since been discovered that at least five other chequebooks have been used in the same way.
A force spokesman said the vehicle was taken from West Bromwich in April last year and one of the two chequebooks found inside the vehicle was used to order goods some months later.
Deborah White, 45, says people may be unaware that lost chequebooks can easily be used by fraudsters to draw money from bank accounts - even if they do not have the matching guarantee card.
A BMW concept car built to display an advanced dashboard driving and control unit has been attracting chequebook offers, a leading car manufacturer at the International Motor Show in Birmingham has revealed.
Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (GTBank) has urged its customers to use Nigeria Uniform Bank Account Number (NUBAN)-compliant chequebooks.
We found a Pakistani national and two Indians received the chequebooks of the alleged clients and withdrew most of the money from their accounts, who claimed to be representatives of the clients.
Lynne Jones (Lab, Selly Oak) joined calls for banks to abandon plans to abolish chequebooks.
Local victims were stung in a complex racket which involved stolen chequebooks and the interception of mail in the post.
Adebiyi Adebayo, 29, was employed in the sorting office in Edinburgh when he stole chequebooks, passports and driving licences.
Tom Schofield, prosecuting, said in August of that year, four chequebooks, including one belonging to Coventry Disabled Sports Association, had gone missing.
A Royal Mail worker was among those detained as officers targeted a gang suspected of using chequebooks stolen from the postal system to obtain money from victims' bank accounts.
Novar has interests in electronics, aluminium and printing chequebooks.