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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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As part of this agreement, Macy's will leverage Citi's credit card systems.
Decoupled debit cards allow cardholders to access funds from their checking accounts through the ACH system, using an electronic check instead of debit or credit card systems. The cards were launched as a way for merchants to avoid paying interchange fees, but so far, they have not become as popular as branded debit cards.
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Credit card systems and computer systems that hold private and proprietary information are the targets.
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Their work describes "institutional voids" such as a lack of market research companies and credit card systems and advises on whether to exploit them or work around them.
Zap is prepared to support and service the credit card systems equal to and often times better than the current providers.
Automated mileage entry is more accurate than manual entry, which is used in credit card systems. "You can't guarantee that operators will put the correct mileage into the system," said Ricketts.
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