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  • noun Plural form of accountholder.


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  • By depositing a check into a savings account and then transferring it to a checking account, accountholders could withdraw cash before the check cleared.

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  • Tunisia's official TAP news agency also reported that the Central Bank had taken control of Banque Zitouna, a bank founded by a son-in-law of Ben Ali, to protect the deposits of accountholders and prevent a run on the bank.

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  • The recruiters allegedly paid the accountholders a few hundred dollars each, and kept the rest of the money.

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  • As part of Tuesday's expansion, the profile pictures of Plus accountholders will appear in the drop-down suggestions on Google's search box.

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  • They later drove the accountholders to locations where up to $5,000 in some cases could be withdrawn, including the Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, other casinos in Atlantic City in New Jersey and at Western Union offices, prosecutors said.

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  • One of the most common complaints about Facebook is that some updates and photos posted on personal pages are seen by more people than accountholders intended, either because they misunderstood how to program their privacy settings or because of a security breach.

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  • Currently, the FDIC, an agency funded by financial institutions, not taxpayers, insures $250,000 per depositor -- including corporate accountholders -- plus an additional $250,000 for Individual Retirement Accounts.

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  • To their accountholders in the form of various fees (like this one), lower interest rates for savings accounts (as if they could get any lower) and changes in account contracts.

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  • About 25% of roughly 45,000 accountholders nationwide were saving up to invest in small businesses at the end of 2008, up from 19% in 2004.

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  • The investment bank said it did not know of the fraud, and was not required by law to investigate its accountholders.

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