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- another term for charge account
- ‘In the case of a running-account credit account, the contract has to show the available ceiling and the manner in which it may be determined from time to time.’
- ‘First he opened his credit account and scanned his opponent's card for 7,000,000 credits.’
- ‘Armed with that kind of background, ingenious thieves can forge fresh identities and plunder people's bank and credit accounts.’
- ‘In another case, a church sought to apply for a commercial credit account at a local retailer.’
- ‘I'm not sure how much longer my credit account will hold up.’
- ‘A fraudster who created a string of false identities to open credit accounts was finally caught after her partner betrayed her, a court heard.’
- ‘Another nice feature is the ability to split transactions, so you can include several debit or credit accounts in a transaction.’
- ‘Today's dedicated ID thief, armed with a few details about you, can easily trawl databases to discover more, and so open new credit accounts in your name.’
- ‘Both banks are confining interest rate-bearing credit accounts to business customers who use the banks' online services and neither have plans to extend it to personal current accounts.’
- ‘This had the effect of endearing me to the regular crowd almost immediately and caused them to welcome me with open arms, and equally open credit accounts.’
- ‘I've also created a credit account for you with some money siphoned off one of the big banks in Jacarend.’
- ‘Revolving accounts are credit cards and line of credit accounts.’
- ‘Their other liabilities include $4,300 in credit card expenses; a $1,400 credit account with Marlow Furniture Stores; $400 with Victoria's Secret; and $5,000 for her tuition for the spring semester.’
- ‘Two or three had lost money, but the remainder found that payment had not been taken from their credit accounts.’
- ‘Later that day, she found that all women's credit accounts had been canceled and could only be accessed by their husbands or male kin.’
- ‘You will have a promotion for this, and the full amount of the reward will be paid into your credit account by the end of the day.’
- ‘Is that a savings, cheque or credit account?’
- ‘We consider delinquencies of sixty or more days for three different types of accounts: closed-end consumer installment credit, retail accounts, and revolving consumer credit accounts.’
- ‘Others have money in their PayPal accounts - $750 million overall - that tends to burn holes in their pockets, in contrast to credit accounts where people know a bill will be coming.’
- ‘They're tracking sales and invoices, rather than balancing debit and credit accounts.’
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