passbook


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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

Apple Wallet

An iPhone app from Apple that debuted with iOS 6. Originally called "Passbook," Wallet holds boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons and customer loyalty cards. Data can be automatically displayed on the user's lock screen when entering a related venue. In 2015, Wallet added support for Apple Pay, along with major credit cards and retail store cards from JC Penney, Kohl's and BJ's Wholesale Club. Wallet interacts with merchant terminals via barcodes and, starting with the iPhone 6, via NFC. See smartphone wallet, digital wallet, NFC, iPhone 6 and iOS versions.
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SAVERS with passbook accounts are being hit hardest with pathetic interest rates.
Available immediately, the 5040 passbook printer from TallyGenicom is priced at GBP645.
Crime rings scan a seal imprint in a stolen passbook into a computer and use the image to forge a seal.
Chief Minister in a meeting today instructed the officials to distribute Passbooks and Cheques from May 10 as a part of this scheme.
“Adding support for Apple Passbook provides a great user experience for customers booking services online through Checkfront.
iOS 6 (http://www.ibtimes.com/apple-ios-6-release-complete-guide-200-new-features-789920) includes more than 200 new features for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch owners, including a few new Apple-made apps like Passbook and the company's controversial in-house Maps application, as well as deep integration with Facebook and several major enhancements to Siri, Apple's virtual personal assistant.
Despite the era of internet banking, the Bradford-based mutual which has roots in Huddersfield, said it has found that most of its customers prefer to use a passbook to keep on top of their transactions.
Market observers believe that the actions taken by the central bank and BOT will help stem the flow of speculative funds into Taiwan since the cost of holding such money in the financial system on the island is rising, possibly motivating financial institutions here to charge to handle NT dollar passbook deposits held by foreigners.
Passbook accounts typically pay half a per cent less interest, a survey by the financial comparison firm MoneyExpert.com reveals.
The Coventry Building Society passbook was stolen during a burglary in Coventry on the night of August 4.
Other benefits include: loans to cooperatives for major capital improvements; a payroll deduction plan for all employees of any affiliated company; automobile loans; passbook loans; and signature loans.
Both of them should reach the sub registrar's office on the appointed day and submit their passbook and sale deed.