Definitions for "MERCHANT"
One who traffics on a large scale, especially with foreign countries; a trafficker; a trader.
One who keeps a store or shop for the sale of goods; a shopkeeper.
Of, pertaining to, or employed in, trade or merchandise; as, the merchant service.
A Main Inventory Table field marking the inventory of a shopkeeper, with mercantile stock designated by the inventory appraiser. While the deceased's household items have been entered into the Detail Inventory Table, shop contents have not.
a browser-based Storefront Development and Management System
a full feature online storefront
a leading ecommerce platform and its Developer Spotlight series of articles profiles individuals that have made significant contributions to site design and function using MIVA tools
a registered trademark of MIVA Corporation, a FindWhat
(See distributor).
A paper distributor for paper mills and manufacturers.
The paper distributor for paper mills and manufacturers.
( Also known as DXMerchant) (see above) is the user in the DX System that not only has capabilities of building a portfolio, but also processes InXchanges and OutXchanges. For their work, DX Gold rewards them with a bonus for processing InXchanges and OutXchanges, also known as InX's and Outx's.
Keywords:  storeowner
a storeowner.
One engaged in a commercial pursuit. A commercial pursuit is one in which the thing pursued is a dollar.
a ship commissioned by a government or company to perform specific noncombatant tasks, such as shipping cargo, transporting slaves, or perhaps obtaining bread fruit
A commercial vessel of the late 17th and early 18th century, not as big as an East Indiaman, this ship mounts 16 cannon. Messdeck lawyer: A know-it-all.
Store owner or seller of products.
Any person that you decide to pay through BillPay is considered a merchant. This includes anyone from your department store to your day care provider.
A company that operates a web store.
a person, company or corporation who purchases tangible personal property for resale in the ordinary course of business without modification or change in form or substance
Any person, firm or corporation that has contracted with an acquirer to process transactions.
the site owner or administrator. The @-Manager merchant interface enables the user to view, search, edit, add, delete, and export files, and to e-mail to a set of customers.
The name of the company or organisation and the merchant customer account number that you have instructed us to pay.
The name the Supplier uses with their bank for Purchase Card transactions. This name will appear on the Bank Transaction and will not necessarily be the same as the Supplier name.
An entity that contracts with merchant banks or ISO's to originate transactions.
Refers to projects where the private contractor builds a new facility without the government providing any revenue guarantee. In other words, the private contractor takes on the construction, operation, and market risk of the project.
Keywords:  trade, vessel, specializes, person
A trading vessel; a merchantman.
To be a merchant; to trade.
A person who specializes in trading
A place or shop where purchases are made, including those on the Internet.
Keywords:  dynamic, browser, based
a dynamic, browser-based
Keywords:  whole, world, new
a whole new world