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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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 »

Do Pentium D processors have a PCI Express card?

Motherboards that support Pentium D processors can have PCI Express slots, but the processors itself does not include a video card. Graphics card support is a function of the CPU chipset rather tha... Read More »

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 »

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 »