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Credit Card Number
A payment card number, primary account number (PAN), or simply a card number, is the card identifier found on payment cards, such as credit cards and debit cards, as well as stored-value cards, gift cards and other similar cards. In some situations the card number is referred to as a bank card number. The card number is primarily a card identifier and does not directly identify the bank account number/s to which the card is/are linked by the issuing company. The card number prefix identifies the issuer of the card, and the digits that follow identify a unique account which is associated by the issuing organization with one of its customers and then to the customer's designated bank accounts. In the case of stored-value type cards, the association with a particular customer is only made if the prepaid card is reloadable. Card numbers are allocated in accordance with ISO/IEC 7812
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Debit MasterCard
The Debit Mastercard[1] is a debit card. It uses the same systems as the standard Mastercard credit card but does not use a line of credit to the customer, instead relying on funds that the customer has in their bank account.Contents1 Algeria 2 Argentina 3 Australia 4 Baltic states 5 Canada 6 Germany 7 Greece 8 Netherlands 9 Philippines 10 United Kingdom 11 United States 12 See also 13 References 14 External linksAlgeria[edit] Several banks offer Credit and Debit Mastercard in Algeria (Algeria Gulf Bank, Banque de Développement Local, Crédit Populaire Agricole).[2] Argentina[edit] In 2011, Banco de Córdoba started offering Mastercard Debit to its clients, as a direct competitor to the Visa Débito card
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Interac
Interac
Interac
is a Canadian interbank network that links financial institutions and other enterprises for the purpose of exchanging electronic financial transactions. Interac
Interac
serves as the Canadian debit card system, as the traditional credit card providers (Visa and MasterCard) rarely provide debit cards in Canada
Canada
due to Canada's level of development which is too high for both. There are over 59,000 automated teller machines that can be accessed through the Interac network in Canada, and over 450,000 merchant locations accepting Interac
Interac
debit payments.[citation needed] The network was launched in 1984 through the nonprofit Interac Association, a cooperative venture between five financial institutions: RBC, CIBC, Scotiabank, TD, and Desjardins; by 2010, there were over 80 member organizations
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Dankort
The Dankort
Dankort
is the national debit card of Denmark. Today it is usually combined with a Visa card and functions as a credit card abroad. History[edit] The first Dankort
Dankort
was issued by Pengeinstitutternes Købe- og Kreditkort in September 1983. In 2001 Dankort
Dankort
A/S was founded, and it took over the rights to the Dankort
Dankort
in January 2001. In 2004 the Dankort
Dankort
technology was upgraded from being simply a magnetic strip card, to a hybrid card with both the magnetic strip and an embedded chip. This was to improve security by making it harder to clone a card and also to add more room for extra information on the card
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Mir (payment System)
Mir (Russian: Мир, IPA: [ˈmʲir]; lit. peace or world) is a payment system established by the Central Bank of Russia
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MasterCard
Mastercard Incorporated (stylized as MasterCard
MasterCard
from 1979-2016 and mastercard since 2016) is an American multinational financial services corporation headquartered in the MasterCard
MasterCard
International Global Headquarters in Purchase, New York, United States.[2] The Global Operations Headquarters is located in O'Fallon, Missouri, United States, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. Throughout the world, its principal business is to process payments between the banks of merchants and the card issuing banks or credit unions of the purchasers who use the "Mastercard" brand debit and credit cards to make purchases. Mastercard Worldwide has been a publicly traded company since 2006
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Solo (debit Card)
Solo was a debit card in the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
introduced as a sister to the then existing Switch. Launched on 1 July 1997 by the Switch Card Scheme,[1] it was designed for use on deposit accounts, as well as by customers who did not qualify for a Switch card (or, later, Maestro card) on current accounts such as teenagers. The Solo card scheme was decommissioned permanently on 31 March 2011.[2][3] Operation[edit] Solo was issued as a multifunction cash card by NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland to customers over the age of 11 and by HSBC Bank (formerly Midland Bank) to customers over the age of 13; however, the RBS Group[4] and HSBC both now issue Visa Debit
Visa Debit
cards in place of Solo. Like its main rival, Visa Electron, Solo cards required all transactions receive electronic authorisation from the issuing bank. Such authorisation would not be given if there were insufficient cleared funds in the cardholder's account
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Switch (debit Card)
Switch was a debit card brand in the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
from 1988 until 2002. It was then renamed Maestro by its owner MasterCard. History[edit] Switch was launched in 1988 by Midland Bank, National Westminster Bank and the Royal Bank of Scotland
Royal Bank of Scotland
as a multifunction cheque guarantee and cash card. The brand was merged with Maestro, an international debit card brand owned by MasterCard, in the end of 2002. This merger was referred to as the "penguin wedding," due to its distinctive advertisements of penguins in different international settings created by Joel Veitch. Since then, Switch has been out of circulation and banks migrated customers from Switch to Maestro.[1] The deal was announced in August 2002.[2] The merger was also intended to increase the acceptance of foreign Maestro cards in the United Kingdom
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VISA (credit Card)
Visa Inc.
Visa Inc.
(/ˈviːzə/ or /ˈviːsə/) (also known as Visa, stylized as VISA) is an American multinational financial services corporation headquartered in Foster City, California, United States.[3] It facilitates electronic funds transfers throughout the world, most commonly through Visa-branded credit cards, gift cards, and debit cards.[4] Visa does not issue cards, extend credit or set rates and fees for consumers; rather, Visa provides financial institutions with Visa-branded payment products that they then use to offer credit, debit, prepaid and cash-access programs to their customers. In 2015, the Nilson Report, a publication that tracks the credit card industry, found that Visa's global network (known as VisaNet) processed 100 billion transactions[clarification needed] with a total volume of US$6.8 trillion.[citation needed][5] Visa has operations across all continents worldwide with the exception of Antarctica
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UATP
Universal Air Travel Plan, Inc. (UATP) is the airline owned payment network accepted by thousands of merchants for air, rail, hotel and travel agency payments. UATP is owned by 30 airline shareholders, issued by 18 major airlines and accepted by over 250 merchants around the world
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Verve Card
Mitchell Elegbe (Group Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer)[1] Akeem Lawal, Divisional CEO, Switching & Processing Group Charles Ifedi, Divisional CEO, Consumer Segments & Verve InternationalWebsite www.interswitchgroup.com Interswitch
Interswitch
is a payment processing company headquartered in Lagos. History[edit] Interswitch
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Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce
Victor G. Dodig, President and CEO[5] John Manley, Chair of the Board[6]Revenue C$15.0 billion (2016)[7]Net income C$4.3 billion (2016)[8]Total assets C$501.357 billion (2016)[9]Number of employees43,213 (FTE, 2016)[10]SubsidiariesCIBC Bank USA CIBC FirstCaribbean CIBC Holdings (Cayman) CIBC World Markets CIBC Trust Corporation CIBC Asset
Asset
Management Simplii Financial[11]Website www.cibc.comThe Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
(French: Banque Canadienne Impériale de Commerce), commonly referred to as CIBC, is one of the Big Five banks in Canada
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Visa Debit
Visa Debit
Visa Debit
is a major brand of debit card issued by Visa in many countries around the world. Numerous banks and financial institutions issue Visa Debit
Visa Debit
cards to their customers for access to their bank accounts
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Laser (debit Card)
Laser was a debit card scheme in Ireland. The Laser scheme was maintained and operated by Laser Card Services Ltd., a not for profit[1] body owned by four leading financial institutions in Ireland[2] and overseen since 2008 by the Oversight Unit of the Central Bank.[3] The scheme was launched in 1996, and in 2010, there were almost three million Laser cards in circulation.[4] 195 million transactions worth almost €11.2 billion were carried out on those cards in 2009.[5] From 2007,[6] the financial institutions which had issued Laser cards began to replace them with Visa or MasterCard
MasterCard
debit cards
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Royal Bank Of Canada
The Royal Bank of Canada
Canada
(RBC) is a Canadian multinational financial services company and the largest bank in Canada. The bank serves over 16 million clients and has 80,000 employees worldwide.[4] The bank was founded in 1864 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, while its corporate headquarters are located in Montreal, Quebec
Quebec
and Toronto, Ontario.[4][2] RBC's Institution Number (or bank number) is 003. In November 2017, RBC was added to the Financial Stability Board’s list of global systemically important banks. In Canada, the bank's personal and commercial banking operations are branded as RBC Royal Bank
RBC Royal Bank
in English and RBC Banque Royale in French and serves approximately ten million clients through its network of 1,209 branches. RBC Bank
RBC Bank
is the U.S
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TD Canada Trust
TD Canada
Canada
Trust (doing business as simply TD) is the personal, small business and commercial banking operation of the Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) in Canada.[2] TD Canada
Canada
Trust offers a range of financial services and products to more than 10 million Canadian customers through more than 1,100 branches and 2,600 "Green Machine" ATMs.[1] In addition to the countrywide network of TD branches and ATMs in Canada, the bank has a network of mobile mortgage specialists,[3] financial planners,[4] private bankers,[5] investment advisors,[6] and portfolio managers.[7][1][2] The current TD Canada
Canada
Trust division was formed after TD's acquisition of Canada
Canada
Trust in 2000
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