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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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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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The firm said that it would offer the passbooks to customers who open new deposit accounts.
organizations need to secure a master passbook prior to selling palay to the NFA.
Thus members' passbooks are maintained by the members themselves in the case of higher proportion of the sample respondents and in case of not well educated, Group Leader maintains the passbooks.
All the money I had, or at least what I hadn't wasted, was printed right there on that passbook. I stared at it.
The DENR, which had allotted P50 million for the initial implementation of the NEP, is targeting the distribution of one million passbooks within the year, and the remaining 900,000 by 2015.
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.
Canara bank had planned to charge INR10 for each passbook update, but had to reverse its decision after irate customers took up the matter with the Reserve Bank of India.
SAVERS with passbook accounts are being hit hardest with pathetic interest rates.
MoneyExpert.com said the best interest rates on accounts that used passbooks to make deposits and withdrawals were an average of 1.1 per cent lower than those offered by the highest paying accounts that did not have the books.
The revised moneylending control law will penalize lenders who keep the passbooks or bank cards of pensioners who apply for pension-collateral loans.
"Passbooks might seem old-fashioned, but it's a savings account, something you would use for a purpose, says Diane Shin, vice president for branch sales and products.
Back in 1981 the Chilean banking system still relied primarily on passbooks. So, workers were given a passbook for their social security account.