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  2. Cirrus (interbank network) - Wikipedia

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    Mastercard Cirrus is a worldwide interbank network that provides cash to Mastercard cardholders. As a subsidiary of Mastercard Inc., it connects all Mastercard credit, debit and prepaid cards, as well as ATM cards issued by various banks worldwide bearing the Mastercard / Maestro logo.

  3. Interbank network - Wikipedia

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    An interbank network, also known as an ATM consortium or ATM network, is a computer network that enables ATM cards issued by a financial institution that is a member of the network to be used to perform ATM transactions through ATMs that belong to another member of the network. However, the functions which may be performed at the network ATM vary.

  4. STAR (interbank network) - Wikipedia

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    STAR is an American interbank network. It is the largest interbank network in United States, with 2 million ATMs, 134 million cardholders and over 5,700 participating financial institutions. The STAR Network began in 1984 and was acquired by First Data Corporation in 2003. The network is owned and operated by STAR Networks, a subsidiary company ...

  5. Mastercard Brand History | Logo Evolution

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    In 1985, we acquired the Cirrus ATM network and we launched Maestro, the world’s first online point-of-sale debit network, in 1991. We merged with Europay International in 2002 and converted from a membership association to a private share corporation.

  6. CashPool - Wikipedia

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    It is not an interbank network but uses the pre-existing German ATM or Maestro/Cirrus networks. With more than 3200 ATMs, the cooperating banks' ATM networks form the smallest ATM group in Germany. The cooperation was founded in 2000. Its primary competitor in Germany is Cash Group

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    Louisa May Alcott (November 29, 1832 – March 6, 1888) was an American novelist, short story writer, and poet best known as the author of the novel Little Women (1868) and its sequels Little Men (1871) and Jo's Boys (1886).

  8. Girocard - Wikipedia

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    girocard is an interbank network and debit card service connecting virtually all German ATMs and banks. It is based on standards and agreements developed by the German Banking Industry Committee. German girocards are usually co-branded with Mastercard's Maestro/Cirrus or Visa's V Pay logo, allowing cardholders to use them in other European ...

  9. Plus (interbank network) - Wikipedia

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    Plus is widely used as a local interbank network most common in the United States where networks such as STAR, NYCE and Pulse also compete. It is also used in Canada , though it is significantly smaller than Interac there, and in places such as India and Indonesia where there are many interbank networks.

  10. Payment card number - Wikipedia

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    Issuing network IIN ranges Active Length Validation American Express: 34, 37: Yes 15: Luhn algorithm: Bankcard: 5610, 560221–560225 No 16 China T-Union: 31 Yes 19 China UnionPay: 62 Yes 16–19: Diners Club enRoute: Yes 15 No Validation Diners Club International: 36 Yes 14–19: Luhn algorithm: Diners Club United States & Canada: 54 Yes 16

  11. Cirrus - Wikipedia

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    Cirrus (Seattle building), a residential skyscraper in Seattle, Washington, USA; Cirrus (interbank network), an automated teller machine (ATM) network owned by MasterCard; Cirrus Logic, a semiconductor manufacturer; Access Database Engine, former versions of which were known as Microsoft Jet Database Engine and codenamed Cirrus