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holder

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(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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What Mashreq has done, through its Buy To Fly promotion is offer a unique and rewarding proposition crafting a deal that makes all our cardholders winners."
This will provide PNB cardholders with a strong, user-friendly, and dynamic authentication system that will mitigate fraud and protect both cardholders and banks from any liability.
So it is always worth considering whether it would be better for the main cardholder to be the one to use the card for purchases.
It is therefore always worth considering whether it would be better for the main cardholder to use their card for purchases, especially if they are for large amounts of money, so that you are sure to be protected under Section 75.
"Privileges are offered according to each card type, for example: Platinum cardholders can earn one mile for every EGP 5 spent," the bank said, adding that platinum cardholders can "enjoy free access to EGYPTAIR lounges at Cairo International Airport, as well as one free excess baggage and priority check-in at business class counters regardless the class of their travel ticket."
* Check cashing for Balance Financial cardholders in the initial 250 Walgreens stores.
The rewards and facilities extended by Oman Air to Sindbad Frequent Flyer Programme members will also be available for the co-branded cardholders. The Sindbad Frequent Flyer
In addition, all OIB Visa cardholders will be entitled up to a 25 per cent discount when booking flights on cleartrip.com, while OIB MasterCard holders will get up to a 40 per cent discount at the Atlantis Hotel Dubai.
The new rule pertains to Regulation Z (Truth in Lending) and is aimed at protecting cardholders from "unreasonable late payments and other penalty fees." It will take effect August 22, 2010.
House Finance Committee chairman and DIKO MP Nicolas Papadopoulos told the press yesterday that in cases where, for example, "a cardholder notices a transaction which s/he has not authorised, either because the card has been stolen or an unauthorised payment has been taken", then the card-holder will be responsible for amounts up to e1/4150, and the card-issuer must refund any amount over e1/4150 to the cardholder's account.
In terms of the Department's purchase card program, this policy revision meant that the names of all program officials (to include cardholders, billing officials, and agency program coordinators) would not be released under a FOIA request.
Frederick Bell was the primary cardholder of a CIBC VISA card.