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holder

[′hōl·dər]
(electricity)
A device that mechanically and electrically accommodates one or more crystals, fuses, or other components in such a way that they can readily be inserted or removed.
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That includes buying anything that would simply benefit the main cardholder, for example a joint membership or a gift bought for the main cardholder and in these circumstances you will be covered.
Our cardholder preferential service program features offers in commercial districts, duty-free shops and at holiday resorts, aiming to provide cardholders with a totally rewarding payment experience across a wide range of use.
We have launched the NBAD International Spend Campaign because we want to reward our esteemed cardholders and continue to provide them the distinction that comes with holding an NBAD MasterCard credit and debit card, Mr.
According to a press release, the campaign, which runs throughout March, gives Visa Classic and Gold credit cardholders the chance to benefit from the advantages of a Platinum Credit card, prior to the summer season.
In CBA I, interviewers' probes of the cardholders' WTP and WTA responses indicated some cardholder consideration of the value of the library to the community.
Court of Federal Claims, arguing the annual fees provide cardholders with significant service-oriented benefits, such as baggage insurance and 24-hour customer service.
at the time of the purchase, you must invoice the cardholder by filling out a sales draft in the form supplied by the issuer.
It is questionable whether a $40 annual saving would be enough to induce a cardholder to switch from a card that has been providing satisfactory service or attractive enhancements.
Bank Cash+[TM] Visa Signature([R]) Card that allows cardholders to choose the categories in which they will earn 5 percent and 2 percent cash back.
NBAD MasterCard credit cards really do offer great value to cardholders.
Visa cardholder protections start right on the front of the card and extend to the checkout counter and all the way through our back-end processing systems," said Rhonda Bentz, vice president, Visa USA.