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passbook

1. a customer's book in which is recorded by a trader a list of credit sales to that customer
2. (formerly in South Africa) an official document serving to identify the bearer, his race, his residence, and his employment
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It was with the numbers on that passbook that I purchased my cherry-red Mazda RX-7 as a teenager.
Big brands can use it to supercharge Passbook, creating brand cards the customers can grab easily and keep in their wallets for several years, with iBeacon and GPS-triggered location popup offers and synchronization with social media.
Students are issued passbooks to record the credit points they earn from their recyclable and biodegradable materials.
7 February 2013 -- Canadian payment solutions provider hyperWallet said it has completed the integration of its prepaid card products and services with Apple Passbook.
The photocopy of the Ration Card with photograph and Nationalised Bank Passbook with photograph should be attested by a gazetted officer or the chief reservation supervisor or station manager or the station master.
Virgin Atlantic, an airline subsidiary of UK-based Virgin Group, has announced that it is integrating Passbook technology with its mobile boarding cards.
which is similar to Passbook in that it stores rewards and membership cards on a user's smartphone.
Despite the era of internet banking, the Bradford-based mutual said it has found that most of its customers prefer to use a passbook to keep on top of their transactions.
NS) has dropped a plan to charge customers for updating their passbooks.
A passbook and job stickers help them track their saving and spending.
It found that the average return paid by the top five easy access passbook accounts was 4.
The perpetrators steal a post office or bank passbook, forge the impression of the registered seal printed in it and withdraw savings or deposits.