The number assigned to a credit card processing device (such as a POS terminal). It identifies the merchant's equipment to their processor. A TID is also used for Internet gateways and other software applications.
A two-character identification code that uniquely identifies a terminal from other terminals.
A number supplied by your bank which maps your transactions to a terminal at your bank. Only one transaction may be processing through a single terminal ID at any one time, however multiple terminal IDs may be issued to you upon request from your financial institution. When your transaction volumes become high, SecurePay will begin using additional terminal IDs which you supply us with to enable simultaneous payment processing through SecurePay.
a series or group of numbers that numerically identifies a specific piece of credit card processing equipment, such as a credit card terminal or credit card printer, to the credit card processor
a term used to indicate the specific merchant ID used by a merchant to process a specific category of transactions. A merchant who handles retail sales transactions, phone/fax/mail order transactions and Internet transactions will likely have one master merchant ID for his retail store and two additional terminal IDs, one each for his phone/fax/mail orders and Internet transactions.
In the payment card industry, a number provided to a merchant by a credit card processor when that merchant retains the services of that credit card processor to uniquely identify a terminal. Also sometimes called the terminal number. A credit card processor may assign several terminal IDs to a given merchant's terminals although that merchant has a single merchant ID with that processor.
A number given to a merchant by a credit card processor when that merchant retains the services of that credit card processor to identify a terminal uniquely. It is sometimes called the terminal number.
The TID is the number assigned to a credit card transaction device, that identifies the merchant's equipment to the processor and bankcard data transport networks. A TID is also used for payment gateways and other software applications.