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Cardholder vs Photocard - What's the difference?

cardholder | photocard |

As nouns the difference between cardholder and photocard

is that cardholder is a case for holding cards, as credit cards, bankcards, or business cards while photocard is a card bearing a photograph, often a photograph of the cardholder for identification purposes.

cardholder

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A case for holding cards, as credit cards, bankcards, or business cards.
  • An authorized user of a card used for financial transactions.
  • photocard

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A card bearing a photograph, often a photograph of the cardholder for identification purposes.