Magnetic Stripe

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An electromagnetic surface that is either coded—e.g., credit or ID card—or codable—e.g., a rechargeable phone card with a small amount of information
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Credit card swipe fees in the US are up to 4% of the transaction value, while the new Visa rate in the EU will be 0.
There are currently no plans to make every student swipe as they enter an area.
In a few short years, the dispute over swipe fees may become irrelevant.
In fact, a small California bookstore said swipe fees can be the difference between profit and loss for a small business that does many debit card transactions each day.
Swipe a cotton round lightly soaked with tea tree oil (drugstores) over the rashy area.
Repeating these swipes numerous times yields a protrusion, which starts to grow and bulge out of the swipe path.
Swipe card systems are extremely common in today's workplaces.
Leaders of the Transport and General Workers Union, GMB and Amicus argued with BA that the new swipe card system should not be imposed because of fears among workers that it would lead to big changes in their shift patterns.
Leaders of the Transport and GeneralWorkers Union, GMB and Amicus argued with BA that the new swipe card system should not be imposed because of fears among workers that it would lead to big changes in their shift patterns.
The new electronic book, believed to be the first in Wales, means that relatives and friends of the deceased, who formerly could only look up tributes to their loved ones on the anniversary of the death, are able to log on to the computer book and swipe their way through its pages whenever they want.
Even if a thief manages to break into the car he will have no way of starting the engine without the correct swipe card.