Bank card executives expect credit and debit cards to increase their share of consumer payments by more than two-thirds, at the expense of cash and checks, by the year 2000.

In a survey to be released today by Visa U.S.A. at the American Bankers Association national bank card conference, bankers said the credit card share of payments would rise to 16% of total value, from 12%. Debit cards are seen growing to 6%, from less than 1%.

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