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The difference between a credit card and a debit card is a debit card is for money that you place in your own bank account that can be withdrawn with a personal pin number. A credit card company lends the person money and charges interest.

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credit mean were you take money debit is what you give money


As long as you can use your debit card at stores just like credit cards are used, your debit card will work. Newegg won't know the difference between your debit card and a credit card.


a debit card is one in which you put money on your bank and use a debit card to do purchase with the amount in the bank. with credit card, you do purchases with a certain credit limit and pay later when the bill comes in.


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the main difference between debit and credit are how they are processed. when you use debit you will be asked to enter a "personal" pin or code. debit transactions have a limit of how many times you've used your debit card that day. when you use credit you are protected from liability. if someone steals your credit card, and you report it, you will not be liable for their credit transactions. so you are less protected if you use credit over debit. for Debit you can spent your maximum money in your balance bank account. but if if credit card, this is like a loans or there's maximum balance in your credit.


A credit card is like a portable loan, where the money you spend isn't yours and you have to pay it back. A direct debit card is your money from an account.


yes. just tell the redbox its a credit card, then just swipe your debit card.An Opposing Answer:A credit card is not the same as a debit card, and vice versa. If you process a debit card as a credit card when that debit card is not encoded as an alternative credit card, the transaction will fail.


Capital One is just the company that offers the card service. The real difference between the two is basically what defines a credit card from a debit card. A credit card purchases on credit, which appears as a bill at the end of an agreed time period (usually the end of the month) But a Debit Card is one that is connected directly to a bank account, which means money is drawn directly. Think of a credit card as an IOU and a debit card as direct cash transfer.


A debit card takes money directly from your account. A credit card takes the money from the credit card company, and the credit card company will bill you in monthly installments until you pay them back (plus interest). A debit card is like paying in cash, without actually having the cash on you. A credit card is similar to taking a small loan.


A debit card removes money from your account the moment you use it. A credit card is a promise by you to pay the bill when it comes in the mail. Simply put: Debit Card - pay now. Credit card - pay later.


A debit card is similar to a credit card, as they typically will contain a Visa, Mastercard or American Express logo. There are two typical types of non-credit cards: gifts cards (which do not have your name on the card) or debit cards (with your name). Debit cards are issued by a bank and generally have conditions for use and monthly maintenance fees. Debit cards can be used in many of the same ways a credit card can: in-person purchases, online purchases, ATM withdrawal (check your card). The difference between a credit and debit card is that debit cards traditionally do not affect your credit rating, whereas credit cards do.


A "credit" card is a credit card.A prepaid credit card (secured) is not tied to a bank account and therefore while, like a debit card, you can only spend to the amount it has been loaded with (it will not provide credit), it is not a true debit card which IS linked into a bank account.


A debit card is a card that takes money straight out of the bank, however, a credit card lets you borrow money, but you must pay interest. So, a debit card does not build credit.


Yes, but the funds are still withdrawn from the account that the debit card it linked to ... in other words using the debit card as a credit card is still a point of sale transaction. You cannot be extended "credit" on a debit card.


No, credit cards are loans and debit cards are checks.


Of Course you can transfer money from credit card to your debit card.Direct transfer is not available from credit card to bank but you can get money over cash against credit card.It's very simple that you need to swipe your card and get funds in your debit account. Call us: 7299927000 UNIK Solutions


A credit card is when you are loaned money by the card company and are able to use it before hand; after which you have to pay them back. A debit card on the other hand is a card with your money on it and you use it as you wish but once the card has no money left, you have to put more money on it before you can use it again.


I prefer debit card but if you like the bank giving you money then paying it back then it credit card for you . If you have debit card is like your whole bank in your wallet :)


payment by debit card means that your account pays the bill immediately, unlike credit card payments which may be debited to your account some weeks later.


Credit cards say "credit" And debit cards say "debit". Hope this helps!


No, it is a debit card


it will say debit on the front of the card


In short debit card is spend now and pay now. credit card is spend now pay after.



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