Payment card whose funds are withdrawn directly from the cardholder's checking account
A bankcard that can be used with a PIN at an ATM or without a PIN at the point of sale, also known as an offline debit card. When used at the point of sale, the transaction is processed through interchange as a credit card transaction with the funds debited from the cardholder's checking account.
Instead of writing a check for a purchase, you present the check card and the amount of the purchase or withdrawal is deducted directly from your checking account. The card can be used at ATMs and vendors where Star, Visa, Plus, Cirrus, or Interlink is accepted.
A plastic card that acts like a written check, instructing your financial institution to pay the business or person identified with funds from your checking account.
A card enhanced with ATM (automated teller machine) and POS (point-of-sale) features that can be used to purchase goods and services electronically. The card replaces cash or checks. Transactions are deducted from the cardholder's checking account.
a better alternative than a credit card because funds are taken immediately from checking accounts when they are used, and it is not necessary to carry cash
a debit card that works like a checkbook but gives you a faster, more convenient way to buy the products and services you need
a FREE benefit for all of our checking account holders
a great way to keep track of your budget, because your monthly statement includes details of all your purchases and where they were made
an ATM card and a "purchase
a new service providing you access to your account
a plastic card that works like a check - only better
a powerful convenience tool
Its basically the same as a debit card. EverBank is a known card issuer of check cards.
Also called a debit card it works like a check. It is used to access funds from your checking account
Bankcard that works with a PIN at an ATM and without a PIN at POS. Also known as an offline debit card. Funds are debited from the cardholderâ€™s bank account.
Sometimes called a debit card, check cards are issued by banks. Customers can use a check card at automated teller machines (ATMs), or to pay for purchases anywhere VISA® is accepted. The money is immediately deducted from a designated checking account.
A type of card issued by a bank and used to make purchases. The money comes directly out of your checking account.
See debit card.
A plastic card with the VISA logo, designed to give a customer access to funds in his/her checking account to obtain cash, purchase goods and services, or transfer funds from one account to another. The cards are accepted around the world wherever you see the Visa logo.
A Visa Check Card is a dual-purpose plastic card you use to access your accounts. When it functions as a Debit Card, it's being used to make purchases "debited" against the balance in your checking account. These purchases can be made as Visa purchases where you don't enter your PIN (you indicate "credit" at the merchant or gas pump and purchases clear in a day or two) or electronic Point-of-Sale where you "swipe" your card through a terminal and enter your PIN (you select "debit" and the funds immediately come out of your checking account). When it functions as an ATM Card, you can access every account available to you at the ATM for transactions. At DCU ATMs, you can access virtually all your accounts. At non-DCU ATMs, you can access your DCU Checking Account and your Savings Account.
A plastic card issued by a bank which customers can use to pay for purchases anywhere VISA® is accepted; money is immediately deducted from a designated checking account. Can also be used at ATMs. Sometimes referred to as a debit card.
A bankcard that enables the user to purchase goods and services and obtain cash disbursements against his or her asset account (generally a checking account). The check card is also called an 'offline debit card' or 'deposit access card.'