Dead Account

Dead Account

In banking, an account with no activity whatsoever over a lengthy period of time. That is, the account holder makes no deposits to or withdrawals from a dead account. See also: Inactive account.
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But Mr Hamer said: "Even if it were true, would it not have alerted even the most of naive person to the possibility that this money, a large amount of money which had gone into a company account which was by all counts a dead account, was suspicious?
So, not only do you have a dead account, but now you're supposed to send money back to the debtor's bankrupt estate
Because undersized fish and nontarget species caught incidentally and discarded dead account for about a quarter of the total catch, the law enabled fishery managers to require bycatch-reduction devices.
His first attempts to transfer money from Volvo to a Coventry Building Society account in May 2000 were rejected each time because it was a dead account.
Since her high-profile divorce from Cruise, Holmes has remained relatively under the radar only starring in Broadway play Dead Accounts and shooting parts for Mania Days, The Giver and Miss Meadows.
The plays included are Mauritius, The Understudy, Our House, O Beautiful, Seminar, Dead Accounts, and What We're Up Against.
Her career return came with a role in Broadway play Dead Accounts, which opened to mixed reviews.
But Yale also appears to have attracted a mysteriously large battalion of walking dead accounts, with pages and pages of followers that rarely if ever post themselves and have few if any followers.
This eliminates the need for lengthy manual compilation of this information and identifies low-use or dead accounts that can be eliminated.
Following her split, Katie took a part in Dead Accounts on Broadway.
Theresa Rebeck and Jack O'Brien have created an inspiring and hilarious new play and we are all sad to see Dead Accounts end on Broadway.
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