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  1. Account holders refer to individuals who register in a company or bank and allow the company or bank to deal with funds or certain specific services.
    The most common usage of the term “account holder” refers to an individual who owns a bank account or a credit card account.
    The people who have such accounts are usually able to conduct currency transactions and view transaction records.
    A account holders are also responsible for paying account balances, such as overdraft bank accounts.
    In some cases, many people can be held as account holders, and in other cases, some people are allowed to enter an account, and it is not the main holder of the account.

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