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  • n. One who cashes (a cheque, etc.).


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cash +‎ -er


  • In an April 20 chat, Tenenbaum allegedly gave an accomplice additional cards, and asked the accomplice to find a "casher" - the underground's term for the low-level worker whose only job is to withdraw the loot.

    Wired Top Stories

  • He was doing this just before 12 a.m., because that's when daily withdrawal limits end, and a "casher" can double his take with another withdrawal a few minutes later.

    NYT > Home Page

  • I am a chip casher; I like to relive every moment of my day with my husband.

    All Those Moments Are Gone - SpouseBUZZ

  • Plus if you don't have a bank account and you use a check casher or bill payment service, you're exposed to fraud, abusive practices and price gouging because these entities aren't regulated the way a bank is.

    To Bank Or Not To Bank

  • "I am making a small operation, you have casher?" he allegedly wrote.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Many of these immigrants never used banking products and are not aware that there are even options apart from the neighborhood check casher.

    Rohit Chopra: Should Every Baby Have a Bank Account?

  • “When your primary financial institution is a check casher, you have basically no ability to get a credit card, much less a mortgage -- creating a permanent financial underclass,” said City Councilman Eric Gioia, who recently attracted a bank to Queensbridge Houses, the largest public housing development in the country.

    Stat of The Day: Quarter of Public Housing Residents Don't Use Banks

  • I know we need to adapt to the changing financial environment, but I'm not sure adapting by buying a check casher and making payday loans is the way to do it.

    Tram Nguyen: Predatory Lending Gets a Boost from the NYT

  • Belgrado Passigli, Le ricette di casa mia: La cucina casher in una famiglia ebraica italiana, Florence, 1993.


  • Now, the hope is that it would save money, first of all, for you, because if you're somebody who doesn't have bank account and you're getting the checks in the mail, you have to go to a check casher and they can take a big chunk.

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2008


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