one who holds the cards for a great personage while he is playing; also fig.
; one who possesses a membership-card of a certain organization; a member.
1955 Times 17 June 7/5 A fellow traveller is not a card-holder.
1970 Daily Tel. 25 Apr. 17/3 Individual card holders may find their credit ceiling upgraded and find Barclaycard less pressing in asking them to pay their bills in future.
The consumer group described the policies, which cover debt repayments if the card-holder or borrower becomes unemployed or is too ill to work, as a £5 billion “protection racket”.
One entry per card-holder.
With the card holder's consent, approved authorities would be allowed limited access to the database to check someone's identity...
Clydesdale Bank yesterday admitted that its Mastercard customers might have a credit card number that was previously used by a former card holder.
Enter the name of the card holder as it appears on your credit or debit card.
The bank gives the card-holder a tool which enables him or her to fix the bank with liability.
"Card holder" means any person or organization named on the face of a financial transaction card to whom or for whose benefit a financial transaction card is issued.
a credit card issuer shall disclose, either on an application for a credit card or on literature accompanying the application, on or with any credit card account solicitation, and on each periodic billing statement mailed to a card holder, the following: ...