A debit card is a bank card, i.e., a means of payment that replaces a conventional EC card and withdraws money directly from your checking or reference account. With a debit card, you can make cashless payments at home and abroad, offline and online, and withdraw cash from ATMs. By the way, a debit card is not a credit card. The difference lies in the way the money is debited. With a debit card, the money is debited immediately, whereas with a credit card, it is debited in specific intervals.
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