Definitions

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

Etymologies

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cash +‎ -er

Examples

  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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

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  • 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

  • “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

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