bank card

bank card
noun Date: 1970 a card (as a credit card or an ATM card) issued by a bank

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Bank card — In general, a bank card refers to a plastic card issued by a bank and used to access funds from an account, such as:* ATM card, a plastic card linked to one or many accounts, primarily for ATM usage but also useable at merchants and branches. *… …   Wikipedia

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  • Bank Card — Any card issued against a depositary account, such as an ATM card or a debit card. Sometimes the phrase is also used to refer to Visa and Mastercard, since these are also issued by banks, but they are credit cards and not linked directly to a… …   Investment dictionary

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