Method of payment

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Method of payment

The way a merger or acquisition is financed.

Method of Payment

The way one pays for a transaction. The three most basic methods of payment are cash, credit, and payment-in-kind (or bartering). These three methods are used in basic transactions; for example, one may pay for a candy bar with cash, a credit card or, theoretically, even by trading another candy bar. However, they are also used in large transactions; mergers and acquisitions often occur with some combination of cash, bonds (which is a form of credit), and stock (often exchanging one stock for another). See also: Sale.
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In Russia, the largest market in the sub-region, card payments overtook cash on delivery as the payment method most used by online shoppers in 2014, but cash still ranks second and is followed by various alternative methods such as E-Money or use of payment terminals.
Store passengers' payment directly and securely, including credit/debit card information, and alternative payment method information (e.
However, the preferred payment method used in online shopping varies widely by different countries and regions.
UATP is accepted as a payment method by over 260 airlines.
The new payment method is expected to save each customer 10 seconds every time they pay for their shopping and reduce queues, especially during peak shopping periods.
Customers can complete the process by simply selecting the CashU icon as a payment method when booking a RJ flight, CashU said.
Summary: Middle Eastern jeweler adds another secure payment method to its website.
The payment method was first introduced 350 years ago, but the UK's Payments Council yesterday claimed cheque use was in "long-term, terminal decline".
Germany is an excellent example - Giropay is a very popular payment system there and we have now added this as an additional payment method for passengers purchasing tickets from the four cities in Germany from which we fly.
The BRC said cash was the cheapest payment method for retailers, with transactions paid for in cash costing an average of just 2p each, compared with 8p for every debit card payment and 35p for each credit card one.
The European Security Transport Association (ESTA), which is lobbying across the EU to retain cash, said the payment method is one of the only remaining ways of paying for goods without the consumer incurring a charge.
The North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) mandated the development of an electronic payment method for the collection of business taxes.