Payment Options and Trends

Brooker, Peter
February 2010
Credit Control;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p81
Trade Publication
The article presents the trends and payment options of getting paid by customers. According to the article, advances in technology has provided customers with appropriate means and expanded the choice methods available to consumers and organizations, particularly in the mobile, money transfer and e-cash environments. It also mentions that there are two main ways that businesses can ensure payment by high risk customers.


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