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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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Apple Pay is easy to set up, and customers will continue to receive the rewards and benefits offered by their respective credit or debit cards.
Soon after its Nordic release on the 24th of October 2017, top Nordic banks like Nordea, Jyske Bank, Edenred, N26 and ST1 were quick to adopt Apple Pay.
Brigadier Al Razzouqi added that the new feature enables customers to shorten several steps in electronic payment, noting that the provision of electronic payment devices with credit cards (POS) in all customer service centres are supported with Apple Pay.
At Emaar Hospitality Group, Apple Pay can be used for spa treatments, golf or equestrian activities and food & beverage.
Apple Pay is available at all Landmark retail stores, including Home Centre, Splash, Max, Babyshop, Lifestyle, Centrepoint, Shoe Mart, Shoe Express, Home Box, SportsOne, Emax and Iconic.
Security, privacy and convenience is at the core of Apple Pay.
Six UAE banks - Emirates NBD, Mashreq, RAKBank, Emirates Islamic, HSBC and Standard Chartered - are the first to offer Apple Pay in the country, supported by Visa and MasterCard.
Purchasing flights through Apple Pay on the Etihad Airways mobile app can be completed by simply activating the Touch ID, so there is no need to manually fill out payment details or billing information.
We feel that offering all these different wallets, including Apple Pay, help our cards to maintain a type of wallet traffic," Day said.
Lionel Pimpin, senior VP - Digital Channels at National Bank of Canada, said, 'We're very proud to add Apple Pay to our mobile payment solutions.
The QUICPay acceptance network can now be used for Apple Pay transactions, enabling everyday use at places such as convenience stores, supermarkets and drug stores.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) has offered its online clients Apple Pay, bringing a secure and private payments solution available through Safari on iPhone, iPad and Mac, the company said.