a special account with an issuing bank that allows a seller to accept credit cards over the Internet
a bank or account in which funds from online sales are deposited by the processor
a bank or financial institution account in which funds from online sales are deposited
a current account with ICICI Bank ,
an account created by a bank or financial institution to receive online credit card payments
an account set up by a merchant acquiring bank that allows an online business to accept online credit card payments directly - specifically, Visa and MasterCard
an account through an acquiring bank (or acquirer) that lets you accept payments online
an account with a financial institution or bank that enables you to accept online payments from your customers
a particular account that our customers have with a financial institution so your online business can take cards
a relationship between a business / merchant that is selling goods or services over the Internet (you) and a merchant bank
a special account that permits the acceptance of credit cards online
a special bank account that is set up, specifically and solely, for the purpose of accepting credit cards online
a specialized bank account that allows credit cards to be processed online
a special type of bank account that allows you to accept credit card payments over the Internet
a special type of bank account that holds the
a special type of bank account that lets you accept credit card payments on line
a type of bank account that allows a business to accept credit cards as a form of payment for online transactions
A standard merchant facility you would obtain from a bank which additionally allows you to accept online payments or more specifically card not present payments.
A bank account that allows you to accept card payments via the Internet. An Internet merchant account does not require a shopper's signature, but may have requirements beyond a typical card-not-present or mail-order/telephone-order account. If you already have a merchant account, you should verify that the account supports credit card payment over the Internet. Different rates and regulations may apply.
The type of merchant account necessary to accept credit cards over the Internet. It is a variant of a Card-not-present account. See also Merchant Account.
A Merchant Account is a relationship between a retailing company and a Merchant Bank, which allows the retailer to accept credit card payments from customers via the Internet.
An Internet Merchant Account enables a merchant to accept credit cards over the Internet. IMAs can be obtained through an acquiring bank.
This special type of account is required for merchants who wish to sell goods and services over the Internet and accept credit cards as payment. This type of account is different than a traditional merchant account and is considered card-not-present.