e-cash


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e-cash

?(ē′kăsh′)
n.
Money available as an electronic account, used in internet commerce.
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It highlighted the Nationwide BS e-cash ISA offering 2.95%, for existing members only and pointed to Santander's new range of fixed rate bonds, including three years at 4.01% on minimum pounds 1 deposits.
The electronic chip-based pre-paid card branded as e-Cash is primarily designed for large fee-based transactions at government establishments in Oman.
The bank has said that the new branch will provide a full range of products and services, including account opening services, currency exchange, fixed deposits, e-cash cards, debit cards and credit cards, as well as personal, vehicle, and mortgage loans.
Ukash's prepaid e-cash vouchers provide customers with peace of mind, eliminating the threat of fraud and allowing the customer to pay without the need to reveal sensitive financial details.
The complexity of networks, e-cash, and cross-border enforcement issues have also significantly decreased the risks associated with this illicit trade.