transfer check

transfer check

[′tranz·fər ‚chek]
(computer science)
Check (usually automatic) on the accuracy of the transfer of a word in a computer operation.
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A few days later, power plants installed an external fuel tank and tried to do a transfer check during a low power turn.
On August 22, 2005, the debtor, Jeannette Dilworth, drew a balance transfer check on her CitiPlatinum Select Card to pay off her indebtedness of $10,500 owing on her MBNA credit card.
In October 2004, Congress passed legislation--nicknamed Check 21--that makes it easier for banks to transfer check images instead of physically transferring paper checks.
Yesterday, Ms King claimed Mr Williams was threatening and swore at her when she visited the farm to make an animal transfer check.
Check 21, the law that makes it easier for banks to electronically transfer check images instead of physically transferring paper checks, went into effect Oct.
A federal law known as the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21), which became effective on October 28, makes it easier for banks to electronically transfer check images instead of physically transferring paper checks.
During the 90 days preceding her bankruptcy filing, the debtor used a balance transfer check drawn on her CitiPlatinum Select Card ("Citibank') to pay her indebtedness of $10,500 to MBNA (coincidentally also the defendant in the Wells case).
The centre is designed to offer a number of cash-related services, including corporate cash deposits, withdrawals, transfer checks and electronic clearing checks to telex transfers.
Every article and news report I've seen on the issue notes that crooks often get the necessary information from pre-approved credit card applications (sent without the addressee's request) and balance transfer checks (also sent without request).