acquiring financial institution


acquiring financial institution
An acquiring financial institution (or "acquirer") contracts with the bank and the merchant to enable credit card transactions. The acquirer deposits the credit card totals and debits the end-of-month processing fees from the merchants accounts. Abbreviated: AFI.

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