Recent Examples of debit card from the Web
Authorities asked for the public's help identifying a woman who used stolen credit and debit cards to fuel a $6,300 multi-city shopping spree in January.
Taking financial responsibility, why to establish a checking/savings account, and debit card/overdraft protection.
Cruz had used his mother's debit card to take money out of her bank account, bought rifles and ammunition, and posted pictures of them on Instagram, the caller said.
Beginning this week, the IRS expects to make refunds available in bank accounts or on debit cards for early filers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit.
For instance, a family now receiving the maximum $640 a month would get $340 on debit cards used for purchasing food, and the boxes would replace the rest of the amount, Murtaugh said.
Other outlets wire money to banks or use debit cards and ATM processing machines supplied by independent merchant-services groups, like CreditWeed and Green Kinex.
Investigators believe Day raided her mother’s bank account, cutting herself a $2,500 check, drawing on a $6,000 line of credit, and withdrawing $400 in cash from her mother’s debit card.
In the past two years, she’s almost halved her debt by upping her monthly payments aggressively and sticking to a debit card for expenses.
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DEBIT CARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of debit card for English Language Learners
: a small plastic card that is used to buy things by having the money to pay for them taken directly from your bank account
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