“Charge card” means a credit card on an account for which no periodic rate is used to compute
a finance charge.
“Check” means a demand draft drawn on or payable through an office of a depository institution
located in the United States that has imprinted on it the account holder's name and
the depository institution's name, location and routing number.
“Consumer” means a natural person.
“Consumer transaction” means the sale of goods, services or anything of value to a consumer, primarily
for personal, family or household purposes.
“Credit card” means any card, plate, coupon book, or other single credit device that may be used
from time to time to obtain credit.
“Depository institution” means a state or federally chartered bank, savings bank, savings and loan association
or credit union.
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