charge card


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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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Under the bill, agencies would share with each other information about fraud schemes, high-risk sellers, and other information that might help prevent charge card abuse and fraud.
Peru Deferred Debit or Charge Cards Usage Analytics: 2009 to 2019; is an exhaustive research report outlaying Deferred Debit or Charge Cards usage in Peru.
Current and forecast market values for the charge card industry
Euromonitor International's Charge Card Transactions in Austria report establishes the size and structure of the market for ATMs cards, smart cards, credit cards, debit cards, charge cards, pre-paid cards and store cards.
The new charge card is designed to give small businesses a way to build their business credit, manage their cash flow and earn cash rewards on all their purchases - without a monthly or annual fee.
The Charge Card allows customers to participate in the CompassPoints rewards programme at no charge and carries no interest expense with on time payments.
A charge card differs from a credit card because you're required to pay the balance in full each month.
The charge card holders will have a dedicated telephone line to provide travel and tourism services 24/7.
The agreement 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.
Each agency is required to develop and maintain a written charge card management plan.
However, he said, "We must continue to pay attention to charge card management after this initial round of changes is implemented.
It urged that banks should make their credit and charge card statements simpler to understand in future.
In the Fair Credit and Charge Card Disclosure Act of 1988, the Congress directed the Federal Reserve Board to transmit annually to the Congress a report about the profitability of credit card operations of depository institutions, a copy of which is attached to my testimony.
At the most basic level, procurement card programs replace the various steps in the traditional purchasing process (a requisition, followed by a purchase order, followed by an invoice, followed by approval of the invoice, followed by a payment to the vendor) with an authorization to an employee to use a charge card to procure necessary goods and services.
You try to ignore the eyes boring holes in your back as the salesperson copies your license and charge card numbers onto your check.