What are credit card processors?

Answer A credit card processor refers to a third-party entity that is responsible for processing the information associated with credit card charges between the card issuer, merchants and merchant account... Read More »

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What do stream processors mean on a graphics card?

Stream processing is a form of computing derived from, and similar to, parallel processing. Stream processing is simplified by limiting the types of operations that are allowed to be performed on t... Read More »

What kind of credit card can i get to build my credit if i have bad credit?

There are a few very good options to rebuild your credit. By obtaining credit that is attainable to those with poor credit and paying on time for an extended period of time, your credit will slowly... Read More »

Does a secured credit card look just like a regular credit card?

A secured credit card differs from a standard credit card in the fact that the borrower must make a deposit to the credit card company to protect the company from the likelihood of default. Merchan... Read More »

Is it standard practice to charge credit card fees when paying by credit card?

While some businesses charge a fee when customers pay by credit card, it is against their merchant agreement with the credit card company, such as Visa or MasterCard. If you encounter a company th... Read More »