debit card

NOUN
  1. a card (usually plastic) that enables the holder to withdraw money or to have the cost of purchases charged directly to the holder's bank account
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How To Use debit card In A Sentence

  • Betting on the day is only through credit or deposit accounts, or by debit card.
  • The technology is similar to contactless credit or debit cards. The Sun
  • Merchants that accept debit cards "are substantially harmed" by the Fed's "misconstruction" of the Dodd-Frank law's provision limiting debit card fees, the plaintiffs said in the lawsuit. Retailers Sue Fed Over Debit-Card Fee Rule
  • Otherwise, beginning on the 15th day, Natural Source Store will automatically charge your credit card or debit card a total sum of $79.99 for the South Beach Smile Deluxe Kit, which is a 1 month supply and includes: 4 syringe applicators, retainer case for storage, tongue scraper, color shade guide and an interproximal pick, which you previously received as a trial. LAist
  • He is cunning and sly (he can remove my debit card from under my nose) and is parasitic with poor behaviour controls. Times, Sunday Times
  • Log in to your online accounts regularly, and check bank, credit and debit card statements to ensure that all transactions are legitimate.
  • Credit and debit cards provide varying degrees of protection against fraud.
  • Credit and debit cards provide varying degrees of protection against fraud.
  • Next February, it will launch the first ever current account that pays cashback on debit card purchases.
  • It'll mean that if a fraudster nicks your credit or debit card, it'll be useless practising the signature on it as he'll need to read your mind for the PIN to get anywhere with it.
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