A unique 4-character value that VISA includes as part of the CPS/ATM program in each authorization response. This code ensures that key authorization fields are preserved in the clearing or settlement record.
A virtual terminal is web-browser-based access to an acquirer, processor or third party service provider website to authorize payment card transactions, where the merchant manually enters payment card data via a securely connected web browser. Unlike physical terminals, virtual terminals do not read data directly from a payment card. Because payment card transactions are entered manually, virtual terminals are typically used instead of physical terminals in merchant environments with low transaction volumes.
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A member that issues Visa Cards.
A merchant that displays the Visa symbol and accepts all Visa cards.
An approval response that is obtained through interactive communication between an issuer and an acquirer, their authorizing processors or stand-in processing or through telephone, facsimile or telex communications. A transaction can then be run with the authorization code obtained via voice authorization.
A deletion of the transaction information.
Nullifies (nullified) a transaction that has been recorded for settlement, but has not yet been settled. This removes the transaction from the batch of transactions to be settled.