Passbook

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Passbook

1. A ledger or book on which a depositor at a bank records all transactions in one's account, such as deposits, withdrawals, and interest payments. It is also called a bankbook.

2. A ledger or book on which a company records the credit sales it makes to customers.
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The role of Passbook is to organize coupons, e-tickets, promotions and gift cards right on an individual's mobile device.
Researchers also said that more than half of the society's customers prefer to use a passbook to track their transactions and almost 70% of those surveyed favour a branch-based account with a competitive variable rate.
If you value having a passbook you must ensure you get the best rate possible.
Sean Gardner, chief executive of MoneyExpert, said: 'Many savers like the sense of security a passbook gives them and are unwilling to trust just annual statements and the internet.
The perpetrators steal a post office or bank passbook, forge the impression of the registered seal printed in it and withdraw savings or deposits.
These are collected in the passbook which, when full, can earn collectors a free pass to an Australia movie, meals for the family or film developing.
Malinowski said the HighPrint 4915 passbook printer is the best solution for this customer because of its ease of adaptability into the multivendor organization's networking scheme and teller environment.
Around 70 other people have filed lawsuits seeking refunds from financial institutions because money was withdrawn from their bank accounts using stolen passbooks.
MOST savers with passbook accounts are missing out on a small fortune in lost interest every year.
Passbooks contain one-time visits to the America West Club and can be purchased in quantities of two visits for $50, five visits for $100, or 12 visits for $200.
Police said during his stint in the school, Maruya knew where the key to the safe was kept, as well as the passwords for passbooks, since he had worked for three years at the school's student affairs division.
People brought in their old Savings Passbooks to make a deposit or withdrawal.