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cheque card in Banking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcheque cardˈcheque card (also cheque guarantee card) noun [countable] British English  BFBa card given to you by your bank that you must show when you write a cheque, which promises that the bank will pay out the amount written on the chequecash card, check card
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cheque cardThe Lords held that there was no difference between a cheque card, as in Charles, and a credit card.The accused drew by cheque card on a bank balance which had insufficient funds to meet the sum.His cheque card was on the table.And the new cheque card application?This was £50 worth, the value of the cheque card.But I will accept personal cheques up to fifty pounds if they are accompanied by a valid cheque card.Always keep your cheque card and cheque book separately - a thief needs both to encash a cheque.And, you will find that paying by Switch does not restrict you to your cheque card limit.