Definitions

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  • n. One who is not a customer.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ customer

Examples

  • “Once a national bank cashes a check that has been forged by a noncustomer, they may lose money if they cannot collect from the person who cashed the check.”

    Matthew Yglesias » Competition Works

  • Also, if a national bank agrees to cash a check for a noncustomer, it may legally charge the presenter a fee. scythia says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Competition Works

  • Once a national bank cashes a check that has been forged by a noncustomer, they may lose money if they cannot collect from the person who cashed the check.

    Matthew Yglesias » Competition Works

  • Also, if a national bank agrees to cash a check for a noncustomer, it may legally charge the presenter a fee.

    Matthew Yglesias » Competition Works

  • Chase is now testing fees of $5 and $4 in Illinois and Texas, respectively, for noncustomer withdrawals.

    ATM Fees Heading Higher

  • Columbus, Ohio, increasing noncustomer ATM fees to $2.50 from $2 at most of its 1,400 ATMs, spokeswoman Jeri Grier says.

    Bruised Banks Salve Their Pain

  • McHenry said the cuts will come from noncustomer-related areas such as accounting and billing.

    zanesvilletimesrecorder.com - Local News

  • For example, institutions report monthly account maintenance fee income as SCDA, but not income earned from fees charged to a noncustomer, such as fees for the use of its proprietary MONEY LOANs.

    WN.com - Business News

  • For example, institutions report monthly account maintenance fee income as SCDA, but not income earned from fees charged to a noncustomer, such as fees for the use of its proprietary MONEY

    WN.com - Business News

  • The average ATM surcharge -- the fee charged by an ATM owner to a noncustomer -- increased 5

    5 cities with the lowest ATM fees - Yahoo! Finance

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