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    1. Can I transfer money from the Direct Express® card to a checking or savings account?
    2. Can I get cash when I need it with my Direct Express® card?
    3. How do I get cash at a bank teller window?
    4. How does the free Low Balance Alert work?
    5. How does the free Deposit Notification work?
    6. How can I protect my PIN?
    7. Do I always need to use my PIN? Can I use my card without a PIN?
    8. What if I forget my PIN?
    9. Can I change my PIN?
    10. What is a PIN?
    11. Can I pay my bills or pay for Internet purchases with my Direct Express® card?
    12. How do I check my balance on my Direct Express® card?
    13. Where can I use my Direct Express® card?
    14. How do I make purchases with my card?
    15. How much will people be charged for going to an out-of-network ATM?
    16. What if I don't live near a Direct Express® card surcharge-free network ATM?
    17. How do I find a surcharge free network?
    18. Is there a fee to use the ATM?
    19. How does my free ATM cash withdrawal work?
    20. How do I avoid transaction fees while using my Direct Express® card?
    21. How much do I have to pay for the Direct Express® card?
    22. What are my options if the Direct Express® card is just not for me?
    23. I plan to retire in the near future. Can I request a Direct Express® card as soon as I sign up for my Social Security benefits?
    24. Can I sign up for the Direct Express® card even if I have a bank account?
    25. Can recipients who have a Direct Express® card switch to a traditional checking or savings account and receive their payment by direct deposit?
    26. Are federal benefit recipients residing in a healthcare facility eligible for the Direct Express® card?
    27. I am a representative payee who receives another type of federal benefit payment on behalf of someone else. Can I sign up for a Direct Express® card?
    28. I am a representative payee who receives Social Security benefits on behalf of more than one person. Can I receive all of the benefits on one Direct Express® card?
    29. I am a representative payee who receives Social Security benefits for someone else. Can I sign up for a Direct Express® card?
    30. Do I need to give my federal paying agency my card information in order to receive benefits?
    31. How do I activate my Direct Express® card?
    32. How do I sign up for the Direct Express® card?
    33. What are the benefits of the Direct Express® card?
    34. How is the Direct Express® debit card different from a credit card?
    35. Will my Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, and other federal benefits be safe?
    36. How does the Direct Express® card work?
    37. What type of federal payments can I have on the Direct Express® card account?
    38. What is the Direct Express® card?
    1. Full Card Number
    2. Last 4 of the Card
    3. provide information for the following call type ONLY: New Enrollment Card Not Received
    4. refer to the New Enrollment Card Not Received call type in the DCFC
    5. select IVR State and Card Verification
    6. you have confirmed the card is Active
    7. If Yes
    8. If No
    9. Ask the cardholder if they have received their Direct Express Card
    1. It’s kind of like putting a SIM card in a cell phone – the SIM card tells that phone, “Hey, you work with this particular phone number now.” Just like you can switch out a phone’s SIM card and make the phone work with a different phone number, your domain can be set to work with a different web hosting service.
  4. Nov 2020
  5. Oct 2020
    1. Introducing the notecard<picture><source type='image/webp' srcset="https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/1c9fc6f4219b130b82a6f7727ee74acecbe8b7a4/b4243/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/9e195/cardannotated.webp 200w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/f66b657967d2e34e758cb77fc59714a285319279/7a3d6/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/40a1d/cardannotated.webp 400w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/47d622ef46121005ad91293c7ee458a90d04b4fa/7fe2f/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/b0751/cardannotated.webp 800w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/6504d2ec44fb8a647fe5b79334af8ec4952253f7/8e755/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/a7c53/cardannotated.webp 1200w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/f69c4512b7a44c58464b2aef88aa47bf6a0bb66f/5c714/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/009c1/cardannotated.webp 1500w" sizes="(max-width: 800px) 100vw, 800px" /><source srcset="https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/d8560f7fcbf605ba3971dd25a26be6d61cc4cd0e/f1b18/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/4fa6c/cardannotated.jpg 200w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/eed5c3fa61adc2053cdbf49591157f1aaafcb163/00ee5/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/64b17/cardannotated.jpg 400w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/0a571025bfd13a5d0047fe36963562de5f20bd00/a556c/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/a1eb1/cardannotated.jpg 800w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/167359409657f272c354c8550a2c2e7f53ddd34a/27ba4/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/a6c62/cardannotated.jpg 1200w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/5250e9e013f951c51b8e0e5e41da294776ec9f35/e54ea/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/08276/cardannotated.jpg 1500w" sizes="(max-width: 800px) 100vw, 800px" /><img loading="lazy" sizes="(max-width: 800px) 100vw, 800px" srcset="https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/d8560f7fcbf605ba3971dd25a26be6d61cc4cd0e/f1b18/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/4fa6c/cardannotated.jpg 200w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/eed5c3fa61adc2053cdbf49591157f1aaafcb163/00ee5/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/64b17/cardannotated.jpg 400w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/0a571025bfd13a5d0047fe36963562de5f20bd00/a556c/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/a1eb1/cardannotated.jpg 800w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/167359409657f272c354c8550a2c2e7f53ddd34a/27ba4/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/a6c62/cardannotated.jpg 1200w, https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/5250e9e013f951c51b8e0e5e41da294776ec9f35/e54ea/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/08276/cardannotated.jpg 1500w" src="https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/0a571025bfd13a5d0047fe36963562de5f20bd00/a556c/static/8ead8f249b03bd5814d09faec76a0d92/a1eb1/cardannotated.jpg" alt="Introducing the notecard" title="Introducing the notecard" style="position:absolute;top:0;left:0;opacity:1;width:100%;height:100%;object-fit:cover;object-position:center"/></picture>No more bloated files for taking notes. Create simple yet powerful digital note-cards with rich and varied content, like math equations, tables, images, checklists, and emojis.
    1. Later in the thread just cited, John Meador quoted another text, 1594, attesting to something more astounding: ...two especial uses, I have often exercised this art for the better help of my own memory, and the same as yet has never failed me. Although I have heard some of Master Dickson, his schollers, that have prooved such cunning Cardplayers hereby, that they could tell the course of all the Cards and what every gamester had in his hand. So ready we are to turn an honest and commendable invention into craft and cousenage." -Hugh Platt: The Jewell House of Art and Nature 1594 This art, or at least its claims, goes somewhat beyond remembering what cards have been played: they actually can use it to know what the other players have in their hand, before playing the cards. Platt considers this a kind of cheating (usually "cozenage", from "cozen", first use 1573, probably from the Italian cozzone, horse trader, per http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cozen).
    2. In his play Il Candelaio he mentions the tarot: an innkeeper asks a scoundrel in his establishment if he likes to play tarot; the scoundrel replies ”A questo maldetto gioco non posso vincere, per che ho una pessima memoria”. (“At this cursed game I cannot win, because I have a terrible memory”)
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  10. Dec 2019
    1. In a nutshell, the King's Keys deck started as an experiment to see what card games would be like if you rebuilt playing cards from the ground up. Instead of using ranks and suits, each card has a number (from one to four), one of four items, and one of four colors. The result is what I call a 4x4x4 deck where 64 playing cards each have a unique combination of these three parts.
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  13. Dec 2016
    1. The Viet Nam era draft card is also known by its legal description, the status card. The draft card was an aspect of the Selective Service Act, the federal legislation that legalized the conscription of eligible males into the American armed services during the Viet Nam war (1962–1973).

      Vietnam Card Burning (PRIMARY PICTURES)

  14. May 2016